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CITA prepares for Taste of Cayman 2016

| 17/07/2015 | 1 Comment
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CITA’s Tiffany Dixon-Ebanks hands the cheque to Tara Nielsen of Cayman’s ARK

(CNS Business): The annual Taste of Cayman Food & Wine Festival continues to draw a crowd year after year, as event goers indulge and a wide range of restaurants get to show off their culinary skills. The Cayman Islands Tourism Association (CITA) is already gearing up for its 28th year on Saturday 23, January 2016. 

Although the festival is a major annual fundraiser for CITA, part of the proceeds were donated to Cayman’s Acts of Random Kindness (ARK), Taste of Cayman’s charity of choice for the 2015 event. Tara Nielsen who spearheads the activities of Cayman’s ARK and received the cheque on behalf of the organisation

“Acts of Random Kindness is sincerely grateful to CITA for partnering with us, and making an invaluable contribution to the Cayman community and those we support. We also thank all those who contributed on the night of Taste of Cayman in one way or another,” Nielsen said.

“The Cayman Islands Tourism Association was very pleased to have partnered with Cayman’s ARK in order to assist with projects undertaken to help our community. CITA also extends thanks to festival-goers who were so generous in contributing their food and drink tickets to this worthy cause,” Executive Director of CITA, Tiffany Dixon-Ebanks stated. “We sincerely look forward to partnering with another local charity that may be interested in working along with us for the 2016 festival.”

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Category: Culinary Tourism, Tourism

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  1. Fred Wood says:

    You have the Taste of Cayman 2016 listed as 13 Feb 16—Everyone else has it listed as 23rd Jan 16—–Do you have it listed incorrectly?

    CNS: Yes, thanks for pointing that out.

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