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“Girls Golf” Combines Sport & Spa at Breezes Runaway Bay

29 April 2011 Press Release Hotel News Spa News

Breezes Runaway Bay Resort & Spa tees off with a top par package for gals who’ve always wanted to learn how to play golf, or simply sharpen up their game. Though typically a male dominated sport, girls rule the course with the Super-Inclusive “Girls Golf Getaway.” In addition to a one-hour private golf lesson, a complimentary 60-minute Native’s Touch massage featuring tropical ingredients to boost the immune system, and a manicure and pedicure at the full-service a la carte Blue Mahoe Spa will help loosen any sore muscles. Moms always appreciate a little “me” pampering time so for Mother’s Day this year, treat her to an inclusive Jamaica vacation with some relaxation on a lounge chair under the sun, and the joy of learning a new sport - all in one getaway.

Interview: Hon John Issa, Chairman SuperClubs

25 February 2004 Press Release Tourism News

Ben KilbeyAfter 26 years in the business SuperClubs still seem to have what it takes to drive a quality model to success. With an ever expanding, if not slightly delayed, portfolio of properties the company continues to keep arch-rivals Sandals on their toes. With a Super all-inclusive concept the company aims to give the client just that little bit extra above the rest. As their website suggests, ‘Super-Inclusive isn’t just about more. It’s about better. Frankly, nobody even comes close.’ A bold statement from a bold company. At the helm is the well respected and well known Hon. John Issa, the man behind the concept and a visionary who has been coined ‘Super man’ in the SuperClubs inner circle, he has been voted ‘Caribbean Perspn of the Year’ by Travel Agent magazine in the past. “The all-inclusive idea has become somewhat diluted in recent years. Many people travel to “all-inclusive” resorts and unexpectedly encounter concealed charges,” says Mr. Issa. “At SuperClubs, the Super-Inclusive holiday package encompasses everything in one up-front price.” CTN probed Mr. Issa about the future of the chain, Mr. Issa’s views on Cuba and his views on the environment in this entertaining interview.