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The Bahamas celebrates another theme night with the Miami Heat

Lucky sweepstakes winners (center) are awarded their prizes for vacation stays in The Bahamas. Shown from left are Senior Director of Sports in the Ministry of Tourism Greg Rolle, the sweepstakes winners, and Vice President of Player Programs for the Miami Heat Alonzo Mourning. the MINISTRY OF TOURISM AND AVIATION

MIAMI, Florida — For the past five years, The Bahamas’ Ministry of Tourism and Aviation has been celebrating a theme night with the Miami Heat organization, as part of its cultural exchange and partnership. On March 1, they did so again, during the Heat’s game against the Los Angeles Lakers.

Thousands of fans, which attended the game, watched a series of videos showcasing The Bahamas’ beautiful and picturesque waters, activities and culture on the large jumbo trons inside the packed American Airlines Arena (AAA). The Islands of The Bahamas are said to be the preferred vacation destination for the players, fans, families and friends of the Miami Heat organization.

Scores of patrons, including Bahamian Mychal “Sweet Bells” Thompson, a National Basketball Association (NBA) champion with the Los Angeles Lakers, stopped by The Bahamas’ booth in the AAA. A number of patrons registered to win a round-trip ticket for two to Nassau, inclusive of a four-day three-night stay at the all-inclusive SuperClubs Breezes Resort. The British Colonial Hilton Hotel in Nassau also provided a three-day two-night stay for the sweepstakes.

NBA Champion in 2006 with the Miami Heat, and Vice President of Player Programs for the Heat Alonzo Mourning, along with Senior Director of Sports in the Ministry of Tourism Greg Rolle, presented the lucky sweepstakes winners with their prizes.

Rolle said: “The partnership with the Miami Heat has been an invaluable and mutually beneficial one, as both entities are known for their strong, propelling and respected brands. We have very much enjoyed our relationship with the Miami Heat over these past five years, and we are grateful to them for the exposure and continued support and love they and their patrons have given to our nation.”

As part of its five-year partnership with The Bahamas, the Heat has conducted joint marketing and promotions to its various networks with the Ministry of Tourism, and hosted scores of underprivileged children to its games from The Bahamas including those from the Children Emergency Hostel and the Ranfurly Home for Children in Nassau, and Urban Renewal in Grand Bahama.

The Miami Heat organization has also conducted two training camps for its athletes in The Bahamas, as well as two photo and film shoots in The Bahamas for its dancers each year. The organization has also brought along many of its corporate partners, fans and families, to vacation in The Bahamas.

MIAMI, Florida — For the past five years, The Bahamas’ Ministry of Tourism and Aviation has been celebrating a theme night with the Miami Heat organization, as part of its cultural exchange and partnership. On March 1, they did so again, during the Heat’s game against the Los Angeles Lakers.

Thousands of fans, which attended the game, watched a series of videos showcasing The Bahamas’ beautiful and picturesque waters, activities and culture on the large jumbo trons inside the packed American Airlines Arena (AAA). The Islands of The Bahamas are said to be the preferred vacation destination for the players, fans, families and friends of the Miami Heat organization.

Scores of patrons, including Bahamian Mychal “Sweet Bells” Thompson, a National Basketball Association (NBA) champion with the Los Angeles Lakers, stopped by The Bahamas’ booth in the AAA. A number of patrons registered to win a round-trip ticket for two to Nassau, inclusive of a four-day three-night stay at the all-inclusive SuperClubs Breezes Resort. The British Colonial Hilton Hotel in Nassau also provided a three-day two-night stay for the sweepstakes.

NBA Champion in 2006 with the Miami Heat, and Vice President of Player Programs for the Heat Alonzo Mourning, along with Senior Director of Sports in the Ministry of Tourism Greg Rolle, presented the lucky sweepstakes winners with their prizes.

Rolle said: “The partnership with the Miami Heat has been an invaluable and mutually beneficial one, as both entities are known for their strong, propelling and respected brands. We have very much enjoyed our relationship with the Miami Heat over these past five years, and we are grateful to them for the exposure and continued support and love they and their patrons have given to our nation.”

As part of its five-year partnership with The Bahamas, the Heat has conducted joint marketing and promotions to its various networks with the Ministry of Tourism, and hosted scores of underprivileged children to its games from The Bahamas including those from the Children Emergency Hostel and the Ranfurly Home for Children in Nassau, and Urban Renewal in Grand Bahama.

The Miami Heat organization has also conducted two training camps for its athletes in The Bahamas, as well as two photo and film shoots in The Bahamas for its dancers each year. The organization has also brought along many of its corporate partners, fans and families, to vacation in The Bahamas.

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