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Best-selling author visits Grand Bahama
By Keen i Media
Dec 8, 2015 - 9:28:11 AM

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Freeport, The Bahamas - California native and revenue strategist Janet Switzer recently paid a courtesy call on Minister for Grand Bahama Dr. Michael Darville during a brief visit to Freeport. Mrs Switzer, coauthor of the best-selling book "The Success Principles", discussed the island's state of affairs, including best approaches to promoting economic growth while meeting with Minister Darville. In photo from left are: Acting Permanent Secretary for the Ministry for Grand Bahama Melvin Seymour; Mrs Switzer; Minister Darville; and President and CEO, Benchmark Consulting Services, Billie Bowe. (Photo: Keen i Media Ltd).


Revenue strategist and best-selling author Janet Switzer recently paid a courtesy call on The Grand Bahama Chamber of Commerce (GBCC) while visiting Freeport for a speaking engagement. During the meeting, members of the GBCC's executive board and Mrs Switzer touched on ways to assist local businesses with expansion and revenue development, among other issues. In photo from left are: Chamber Director Mick Holding; Mrs Switzer; Chamber President Kevin D. Seymour; Chamber 1st Vice President Dillon Knowles; President & CEO of Benchmark Consulting Services Billie Bowe; and Chamber Executive Director Mercynth Ferguson. (Photo: Keen i Media Ltd).

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