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The Jamaica Teachers' Association came into being on April 2, 1964 when the instruments governing the membership and procedures of the body were examined and ratified at the i naugural conference held on that date. The resolutions constituting the Association were passed at a special conference at Excelsior High School auditorium on December 14, 1963.

The Association was formed from the merger of the five teacher’s associations that existed at the time, namely:

Jamaica Union of Teachers (JUT)

Association of Headmasters and Headmistresses (H2 H2) Association of Teachers in Technical Institutions (ATII) the Association of Teacher Training Staffs (ATIS) the Association of Assistant Masters and Mistresses (A2 M2)

The Associations pursued parallel and separate objectives until the late 1950's when proposals to unify began to take shape. Jamaica's attainment of self-government in 1957 the introduction of the free place system and the draft bill to regulate the educ ation system provided greater impetus for unity. Consequently the executives of the five groups formed the Joint Executives of Teachers' Associations (JETA) in 1957. It was mandated to make representation on matters related to education and teachers. It was in pursuance of this mandate that the groups eventually decided to unify into a single teacher's organisation, the Jamaica Teachers' Association.

Our Multiple Lociations:

Fairview Pk Lot 3 Bogue Est Montego Bay
St James
Jamaica
876-952-5205
876-952-4683
876-971-8437

BrTn Court St
876-975-2420

Lnsd 74 King St
876-985-2721
876-985-7993

Mdvl 5 1/2 Caledonia Rd
876-962-1318
876-625-1201

MrBy 2 Georges St
876-982-2468
876-703-6823

MyPn 2 Bryant Cres
876-986-2150
876-986-1224

PIAn 22 West St
876-993-3346
876-715-1700

PIMa 6 Stennett St
876-994-2525
876-725-0184

Ptmr Shop 25A
Portmore Mall
876-988-7439
876-93 9-2497

StCz Beadles Plaza
876-966-248 1
876-966-35 75

Svlm 110 Grt George St
876-955-2977
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The Jamaica Teachers' Association came into being on April 2, 1964 when the instruments governing the membership and procedures of the body were examined and ratified at the i naugural conference held on that date. The resolutions constituting the Association were passed at a special conference at Excelsior High School auditorium on December 14, 1963.

The Association was formed from the merger of five teachers' associations that existed at the time, namely:

Jamaica Union of Teachers (JUT)
Association of Headmasters and Headmistresses (H2, H2)
Association of Teachers in Technical Institutions (ATTI)
The Association of Teacher Training Staffs (ATTS)
The Association of Assistant Masters and Mistresses (A2 M2).

The Associations pursued parallel and separate objectives until the late 1950's when proposals to unify began to take shape. Jamaica's attainment of self-government in 1957 the introduction of the free place system and the draft bill to regulate the e ducation system provided greater impetus for unity. Consequently the executives of the five groups formed the Joint Executives of Teachers' Associations (JETA) in 1957. It was mandated to make representation on matters related to education and teachers. It was in pursuance of this mandate that the groups eventually decided to unify into a single teacher's organisation, the Jamaica Teachers' Association.
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The Jamaica Teachers' Association came into being on April 2, 1964 when the instruments governing the membership and procedures of the body were examined and ratified at the i naugural conference held on that date. The resolutions constituting the Association were passed at a special conference at Excelsior High School auditorium on December 14, 1963.

The Association was formed from the merger of the five teacher’s associations that existed at the time, namely:

Jamaica Union of Teachers (JUT)

Association of Headmasters and Headmistresses (H2 H2) Association of Teachers in Technical Institutions (ATII) the Association of Teacher Training Staffs (ATIS) the Association of Assistant Masters and Mistresses (A2 M2)

The Associations pursued parallel and separate objectives until the late 1950's when proposals to unify began to take shape. Jamaica's attainment of self-government in 1957 the introduction of the free place system and the draft bill to regulate the educ ation system provided greater impetus for unity. Consequently the executives of the five groups formed the Joint Executives of Teachers' Associations (JETA) in 1957. It was mandated to make representation on matters related to education and teachers. It was in pursuance of this mandate that the groups eventually decided to unify into a single teacher's organisation, the Jamaica Teachers' Association.

Our Multiple Lociations:

Fairview Pk Lot 3 Bogue Est Montego Bay
St James
Jamaica
876-952-5205
876-952-4683
876-971-8437

BrTn Court St
876-975-2420

Lnsd 74 King St
876-985-2721
876-985-7993

Mdvl 5 1/2 Caledonia Rd
876-962-1318
876-625-1201

MrBy 2 Georges St
876-982-2468
876-703-6823

MyPn 2 Bryant Cres
876-986-2150
876-986-1224

PIAn 22 West St
876-993-3346
876-715-1700

PIMa 6 Stennett St
876-994-2525
876-725-0184

Ptmr Shop 25A
Portmore Mall
876-988-7439
876-93 9-2497

StCz Beadles Plaza
876-966-248 1
876-966-35 75

Svlm 110 Grt George St
876-955-2977
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The Jamaica Teachers' Association came into being on April 2, 1964 when the instruments governing the membership and procedures of the body were examined and ratified at the i naugural conference held on that date. The resolutions constituting the Association were passed at a special conference at Excelsior High School auditorium on December 14, 1963.

The Association was formed from the merger of the five teacher’s associations that existed at the time, namely:

Jamaica Union of Teachers (JUT)

Association of Headmasters and Headmistresses (H2 H2) Association of Teachers in Technical Institutions (ATII) the Association of Teacher Training Staffs (ATIS) the Association of Assistant Masters and Mistresses (A2 M2)

The Associations pursued parallel and separate objectives until the late 1950's when proposals to unify began to take shape. Jamaica's attainment of self-government in 1957 the introduction of the free place system and the draft bill to regulate the educ ation system provided greater impetus for unity. Consequently the executives of the five groups formed the Joint Executives of Teachers' Associations (JETA) in 1957. It was mandated to make representation on matters related to education and teachers. It was in pursuance of this mandate that the groups eventually decided to unify into a single teacher's organisation, the Jamaica Teachers' Association.

Our Multiple Lociations:

Fairview Pk Lot 3 Bogue Est Montego Bay
St James
Jamaica
876-952-5205
876-952-4683
876-971-8437

BrTn Court St
876-975-2420

Lnsd 74 King St
876-985-2721
876-985-7993

Mdvl 5 1/2 Caledonia Rd
876-962-1318
876-625-1201

MrBy 2 Georges St
876-982-2468
876-703-6823

MyPn 2 Bryant Cres
876-986-2150
876-986-1224

PIAn 22 West St
876-993-3346
876-715-1700

PIMa 6 Stennett St
876-994-2525
876-725-0184

Ptmr Shop 25A
Portmore Mall
876-988-7439
876-93 9-2497

StCz Beadles Plaza
876-966-248 1
876-966-35 75

Svlm 110 Grt George St
876-955-2977
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The Jamaica Teachers' Association came into being on April 2, 1964 when the instruments governing the membership and procedures of the body were examined and ratified at the i naugural conference held on that date. The resolutions constituting the Association were passed at a special conference at Excelsior High School auditorium on December 14, 1963.

The Association was formed from the merger of the five teacher’s associations that existed at the time, namely:

Jamaica Union of Teachers (JUT)

Association of Headmasters and Headmistresses (H2 H2) Association of Teachers in Technical Institutions (ATII) the Association of Teacher Training Staffs (ATIS) the Association of Assistant Masters and Mistresses (A2 M2)

The Associations pursued parallel and separate objectives until the late 1950's when proposals to unify began to take shape. Jamaica's attainment of self-government in 1957 the introduction of the free place system and the draft bill to regulate the educ ation system provided greater impetus for unity. Consequently the executives of the five groups formed the Joint Executives of Teachers' Associations (JETA) in 1957. It was mandated to make representation on matters related to education and teachers. It was in pursuance of this mandate that the groups eventually decided to unify into a single teacher's organisation, the Jamaica Teachers' Association.

Our Multiple Lociations:

Fairview Pk Lot 3 Bogue Est Montego Bay
St James
Jamaica
876-952-5205
876-952-4683
876-971-8437

BrTn Court St
876-975-2420

Lnsd 74 King St
876-985-2721
876-985-7993

Mdvl 5 1/2 Caledonia Rd
876-962-1318
876-625-1201

MrBy 2 Georges St
876-982-2468
876-703-6823

MyPn 2 Bryant Cres
876-986-2150
876-986-1224

PIAn 22 West St
876-993-3346
876-715-1700

PIMa 6 Stennett St
876-994-2525
876-725-0184

Ptmr Shop 25A
Portmore Mall
876-988-7439
876-93 9-2497

StCz Beadles Plaza
876-966-248 1
876-966-35 75

Svlm 110 Grt George St
876-955-2977
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The Jamaica Teachers' Association came into being on April 2, 1964 when the instruments governing the membership and procedures of the body were examined and ratified at the i naugural conference held on that date. The resolutions constituting the Association were passed at a special conference at Excelsior High School auditorium on December 14, 1963.

The Association was formed from the merger of the five teacher’s associations that existed at the time, namely:

Jamaica Union of Teachers (JUT)

Association of Headmasters and Headmistresses (H2 H2) Association of Teachers in Technical Institutions (ATII) the Association of Teacher Training Staffs (ATIS) the Association of Assistant Masters and Mistresses (A2 M2)

The Associations pursued parallel and separate objectives until the late 1950's when proposals to unify began to take shape. Jamaica's attainment of self-government in 1957 the introduction of the free place system and the draft bill to regulate the educ ation system provided greater impetus for unity. Consequently the executives of the five groups formed the Joint Executives of Teachers' Associations (JETA) in 1957. It was mandated to make representation on matters related to education and teachers. It was in pursuance of this mandate that the groups eventually decided to unify into a single teacher's organisation, the Jamaica Teachers' Association.

Our Multiple Lociations:

Fairview Pk Lot 3 Bogue Est Montego Bay
St James
Jamaica
876-952-5205
876-952-4683
876-971-8437

BrTn Court St
876-975-2420

Lnsd 74 King St
876-985-2721
876-985-7993

Mdvl 5 1/2 Caledonia Rd
876-962-1318
876-625-1201

MrBy 2 Georges St
876-982-2468
876-703-6823

MyPn 2 Bryant Cres
876-986-2150
876-986-1224

PIAn 22 West St
876-993-3346
876-715-1700

PIMa 6 Stennett St
876-994-2525
876-725-0184

Ptmr Shop 25A
Portmore Mall
876-988-7439
876-93 9-2497

StCz Beadles Plaza
876-966-248 1
876-966-35 75

Svlm 110 Grt George St
876-955-2977
Read more......Read less

 
 

The Jamaica Teachers' Association came into being on April 2, 1964 when the instruments governing the membership and procedures of the body were examined and ratified at the i naugural conference held on that date. The resolutions constituting the Association were passed at a special conference at Excelsior High School auditorium on December 14, 1963.

The Association was formed from the merger of the five teacher’s associations that existed at the time, namely:

Jamaica Union of Teachers (JUT)

Association of Headmasters and Headmistresses (H2 H2) Association of Teachers in Technical Institutions (ATII) the Association of Teacher Training Staffs (ATIS) the Association of Assistant Masters and Mistresses (A2 M2)

The Associations pursued parallel and separate objectives until the late 1950's when proposals to unify began to take shape. Jamaica's attainment of self-government in 1957 the introduction of the free place system and the draft bill to regulate the educ ation system provided greater impetus for unity. Consequently the executives of the five groups formed the Joint Executives of Teachers' Associations (JETA) in 1957. It was mandated to make representation on matters related to education and teachers. It was in pursuance of this mandate that the groups eventually decided to unify into a single teacher's organisation, the Jamaica Teachers' Association.

Our Multiple Lociations:

Fairview Pk Lot 3 Bogue Est Montego Bay
St James
Jamaica
876-952-5205
876-952-4683
876-971-8437

BrTn Court St
876-975-2420

Lnsd 74 King St
876-985-2721
876-985-7993

Mdvl 5 1/2 Caledonia Rd
876-962-1318
876-625-1201

MrBy 2 Georges St
876-982-2468
876-703-6823

MyPn 2 Bryant Cres
876-986-2150
876-986-1224

PIAn 22 West St
876-993-3346
876-715-1700

PIMa 6 Stennett St
876-994-2525
876-725-0184

Ptmr Shop 25A
Portmore Mall
876-988-7439
876-93 9-2497

StCz Beadles Plaza
876-966-248 1
876-966-35 75

Svlm 110 Grt George St
876-955-2977
Read more......Read less

 
 

The Jamaica Teachers' Association came into being on April 2, 1964 when the instruments governing the membership and procedures of the body were examined and ratified at the i naugural conference held on that date. The resolutions constituting the Association were passed at a special conference at Excelsior High School auditorium on December 14, 1963.

The Association was formed from the merger of the five teacher’s associations that existed at the time, namely:

Jamaica Union of Teachers (JUT)

Association of Headmasters and Headmistresses (H2 H2) Association of Teachers in Technical Institutions (ATII) the Association of Teacher Training Staffs (ATIS) the Association of Assistant Masters and Mistresses (A2 M2)

The Associations pursued parallel and separate objectives until the late 1950's when proposals to unify began to take shape. Jamaica's attainment of self-government in 1957 the introduction of the free place system and the draft bill to regulate the educ ation system provided greater impetus for unity. Consequently the executives of the five groups formed the Joint Executives of Teachers' Associations (JETA) in 1957. It was mandated to make representation on matters related to education and teachers. It was in pursuance of this mandate that the groups eventually decided to unify into a single teacher's organisation, the Jamaica Teachers' Association.

Our Multiple Lociations:

Fairview Pk Lot 3 Bogue Est Montego Bay
St James
Jamaica
876-952-5205
876-952-4683
876-971-8437

BrTn Court St
876-975-2420

Lnsd 74 King St
876-985-2721
876-985-7993

Mdvl 5 1/2 Caledonia Rd
876-962-1318
876-625-1201

MrBy 2 Georges St
876-982-2468
876-703-6823

MyPn 2 Bryant Cres
876-986-2150
876-986-1224

PIAn 22 West St
876-993-3346
876-715-1700

PIMa 6 Stennett St
876-994-2525
876-725-0184

Ptmr Shop 25A
Portmore Mall
876-988-7439
876-93 9-2497

StCz Beadles Plaza
876-966-248 1
876-966-35 75

Svlm 110 Grt George St
876-955-2977
Read more......Read less

 
 

The Jamaica Teachers' Association came into being on April 2, 1964 when the instruments governing the membership and procedures of the body were examined and ratified at the i naugural conference held on that date. The resolutions constituting the Association were passed at a special conference at Excelsior High School auditorium on December 14, 1963.

The Association was formed from the merger of the five teacher’s associations that existed at the time, namely:

Jamaica Union of Teachers (JUT)

Association of Headmasters and Headmistresses (H2 H2) Association of Teachers in Technical Institutions (ATII) the Association of Teacher Training Staffs (ATIS) the Association of Assistant Masters and Mistresses (A2 M2)

The Associations pursued parallel and separate objectives until the late 1950's when proposals to unify began to take shape. Jamaica's attainment of self-government in 1957 the introduction of the free place system and the draft bill to regulate the educ ation system provided greater impetus for unity. Consequently the executives of the five groups formed the Joint Executives of Teachers' Associations (JETA) in 1957. It was mandated to make representation on matters related to education and teachers. It was in pursuance of this mandate that the groups eventually decided to unify into a single teacher's organisation, the Jamaica Teachers' Association.

Our Multiple Lociations:

Fairview Pk Lot 3 Bogue Est Montego Bay
St James
Jamaica
876-952-5205
876-952-4683
876-971-8437

BrTn Court St
876-975-2420

Lnsd 74 King St
876-985-2721
876-985-7993

Mdvl 5 1/2 Caledonia Rd
876-962-1318
876-625-1201

MrBy 2 Georges St
876-982-2468
876-703-6823

MyPn 2 Bryant Cres
876-986-2150
876-986-1224

PIAn 22 West St
876-993-3346
876-715-1700

PIMa 6 Stennett St
876-994-2525
876-725-0184

Ptmr Shop 25A
Portmore Mall
876-988-7439
876-93 9-2497

StCz Beadles Plaza
876-966-248 1
876-966-35 75

Svlm 110 Grt George St
876-955-2977
Read more......Read less

 
 

The Jamaica Teachers' Association came into being on April 2, 1964 when the instruments governing the membership and procedures of the body were examined and ratified at the i naugural conference held on that date. The resolutions constituting the Association were passed at a special conference at Excelsior High School auditorium on December 14, 1963.

The Association was formed from the merger of the five teacher’s associations that existed at the time, namely:

Jamaica Union of Teachers (JUT)

Association of Headmasters and Headmistresses (H2 H2) Association of Teachers in Technical Institutions (ATII) the Association of Teacher Training Staffs (ATIS) the Association of Assistant Masters and Mistresses (A2 M2)

The Associations pursued parallel and separate objectives until the late 1950's when proposals to unify began to take shape. Jamaica's attainment of self-government in 1957 the introduction of the free place system and the draft bill to regulate the educ ation system provided greater impetus for unity. Consequently the executives of the five groups formed the Joint Executives of Teachers' Associations (JETA) in 1957. It was mandated to make representation on matters related to education and teachers. It was in pursuance of this mandate that the groups eventually decided to unify into a single teacher's organisation, the Jamaica Teachers' Association.

Our Multiple Lociations:

Fairview Pk Lot 3 Bogue Est Montego Bay
St James
Jamaica
876-952-5205
876-952-4683
876-971-8437

BrTn Court St
876-975-2420

Lnsd 74 King St
876-985-2721
876-985-7993

Mdvl 5 1/2 Caledonia Rd
876-962-1318
876-625-1201

MrBy 2 Georges St
876-982-2468
876-703-6823

MyPn 2 Bryant Cres
876-986-2150
876-986-1224

PIAn 22 West St
876-993-3346
876-715-1700

PIMa 6 Stennett St
876-994-2525
876-725-0184

Ptmr Shop 25A
Portmore Mall
876-988-7439
876-93 9-2497

StCz Beadles Plaza
876-966-248 1
876-966-35 75

Svlm 110 Grt George St
876-955-2977
Read more......Read less

 
 

Founded by Troy and Nicolette Gooden, Jamaica Customised Vacations & Tours (JCVT) is an exclusive provider of ground transportation offering private transfers to any destinati on within the island by way of a town car, sports utility vehicle, limousine, bus, on demand taxi or even a helicopter flight. We also offer vacation package deals, guided tours, water sports, excursions and day trips at affordable rates.

Our Goal:

Offer the complete travel experience by satisfying the growing demands of the travel market
Offering personalized and customized transportation and tour services of impeccable quality
Ensure enthusiastically satisfied customers at all times
Provide and maintain a service that guarantees efficiency and effectiveness

To establish Jamaica Customised Vacations & Tours as the premier provider of the finest transportation and tour services in the travel and tourism industry worldwide, while maintaining our uncompromising principles as we grow. Th e following are guiding principles that will help us to measure the appropriateness of our objectives:

To provide a great environment and treat each other with dignity and respect.
Embrace diversity as an essential component in the way we do business.
Apply the highest standard of excellence in servicing our clients.
Ensure enthusiastically satisfied customers at all times.
Contribute positively to our community and the environment.
Provide and maintain a service that guarantees efficiency and effectiveness.

Jamaica Customised Vacations & Tours is proud to opens our arms and heart to welcome and serve you. Let us customize your travel and vacation needs today!

Jamaica Customised Vacations, Transportation & Tours (JCVT) is an exclusive private provider of ground and air transportation, offering private transfers to any destination within the island of Jamaica.

If you are trying to find local transportation services in the f orm of a town car, sports utility vehicle, limousine, bus, on demand taxi or even an helicopter flight, look no further. We have it all.

Providing the best package deals, on airport transfers to and from the hotel of your choice, to guided tours-sightseeing & excursion in Jamaica. Which may also include water sports activities and day trips all at very affordable rates.

All tours-sightseeing & excursion packages at Jamaica Customised Vacation, Transportation & Tours Ltd are world class. See our reviews online at https://jcvtt.com.

Jamaica tours and transportation service are world renowned

.We are licensed by the Jamaica Tourist Board (JTB) and a member of the Jamaica Hotel and Tourist Association (JHTA).

We are more than happy to customise your vacation for you.

Call us now or send us an email!
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The word Kuyaba is actually an Arawak Indian word used to describe a paradise for feasting, drinking and dancing. A fitting name, we think you'll agree, for a beautiful place like none you have ever seen.

Kuyaba Negril is a Jamaican Family owned and operated property. It features a restaurant that is situated on the beach where national and international cuisine is served.

There are rustic cottages with or without kitchenette, Deluxe Rooms, Honeymoon suite/Treetop Room & King Suites.

Rustic Cottages

The simple wooden cottages provide the simplistic charm of Old Negril, located steps away from the beach. All rooms have porches, air conditioning and fans. If you are a seasoned traveler, one searching for an alternative and inexpensive vacation, or someone looking for a very basic stay, this is the perfect destination for you.

Rustic Cottages with Kitchenette

These are very similar to the rustic cottages, but with simple cooking facilities. Each c ottage consists of one bedroom and a sitting room which can be transformed into more sleeping space. A maximum of four persons can be accommodated and ideal for the traveler who wishes to do some cooking or for a family. All rooms have porches, ceiling fans and air conditioning.

Deluxe Rooms

Our deluxe rooms are just a few steps away from the beach and boast Mexican tiled floors, French doors and window, air conditioning and ceiling fans, cable television, CD & radio player. Each room has two double beds or two queen sized beds. All rooms have private/semi-private verandahs with swinging hammock chair, nestled amongst our vast tropical jungle-like gardens.

Honeymoon Suite/Treetop Room

This is a favorite with return guests, and is usually booked well in advance. It also boasts Mexican tiled floors, French doors, and/or windows, air conditioning and ceiling fans, cable television, CD & radio player. Swinging hammock chairs decorate the large wooden ba lcony.
King Suites

These are our newest suites and are similar fashioned as the Honeymoon and Deluxe rooms with Mexican tiled floors, French doors and/or windows, ceiling fans and air conditioning, bamboo furniture, king bed, day bed, cable television, CD/radio player. King suites indicate that they are a bit larger than our regular rooms and have oversized bathrooms with Jacuzzis. A flat screen TV is in each room and they accommodate up to four persons comfortably.
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The Jamaica Teachers' Association came into being on April 2, 1964 when the instruments governing the membership and procedures of the body were examined and ratified at the i naugural conference held on that date. The resolutions constituting the Association were passed at a special conference at Excelsior High School auditorium on December 14, 1963.

The Association was formed from the merger of the five teacher’s associations that existed at the time, namely:

Jamaica Union of Teachers (JUT)

Association of Headmasters and Headmistresses (H2 H2) Association of Teachers in Technical Institutions (ATII) the Association of Teacher Training Staffs (ATIS) the Association of Assistant Masters and Mistresses (A2 M2)

The Associations pursued parallel and separate objectives until the late 1950's when proposals to unify began to take shape. Jamaica's attainment of self-government in 1957 the introduction of the free place system and the draft bill to regulate the educ ation system provided greater impetus for unity. Consequently the executives of the five groups formed the Joint Executives of Teachers' Associations (JETA) in 1957. It was mandated to make representation on matters related to education and teachers. It was in pursuance of this mandate that the groups eventually decided to unify into a single teacher's organisation, the Jamaica Teachers' Association.

Our Multiple Lociations:

Fairview Pk Lot 3 Bogue Est Montego Bay
St James
Jamaica
876-952-5205
876-952-4683
876-971-8437

BrTn Court St
876-975-2420

Lnsd 74 King St
876-985-2721
876-985-7993

Mdvl 5 1/2 Caledonia Rd
876-962-1318
876-625-1201

MrBy 2 Georges St
876-982-2468
876-703-6823

MyPn 2 Bryant Cres
876-986-2150
876-986-1224

PIAn 22 West St
876-993-3346
876-715-1700

PIMa 6 Stennett St
876-994-2525
876-725-0184

Ptmr Shop 25A
Portmore Mall
876-988-7439
876-93 9-2497

StCz Beadles Plaza
876-966-248 1
876-966-35 75

Svlm 110 Grt George St
876-955-2977
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