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ALIV Sponsors ICWFF for a second time
By Sasha L. Lightbourne
Oct 7, 2017 - 11:26:12 AM

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ALIV Events, Sponsorship and Community Manager, Bianca Bethel-Sawyer speaking at the ICWFF press conference on Tuesday

ALIV has come on board for a second straight year to provide sponsorship to the 22nd Annual International Cultural Wine and Food Festival. An official announcement was made on Tuesday, October 4th, at ALIV Headquarters where the ICWFF committee held its official press conference. ALIV is in a three year partnership with the committee. The festival is scheduled for October 14th-15th at Botanical Gardens. ALIV Events, Sponsorship and Community Manager, Bianca Bethel-Sawyer told the press gathered that ALIV had to be part of the biggest food festival in the country and support’s the committee’s efforts to bring together various communities operating in The Bahamas. ALIV, will not only participate at the festival but will also provide two high-end devices for the committee’s raffle, assist with social media among other initiatives. Other sponsors include Bank of The Bahamas and Jet Blue.

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Committee members along with sponsors in a group photo



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ICWFF Committee Chair Janet Johnson addressing members of the press on Tuesday


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