PEA EYE 7 MARKETING INTERNATIONAL

NEW BOUTIQUE TOURISM COMPANY LAUNCHED IN NEW YORK

May 20 • Art, Lifestyle + Culture, Travel, Uncategorized • 610 Views • No Comments

PEA EYE 7 MARKETING INTERNATIONAL
The fashionable New York City hot spot ‘Boutique Lounge,’ with it’s nostalgic ‘Speakeasy’ flavor was the scene for the unveiling of “PEA EYE 7 MARKETING INTERNATIONAL” a new boutique tourism marketing and management consulting company last week. Members of the media, travel trade and savvy consumers gathered at this chic venue, known as the ‘In spot for the beautiful people’ to witness the launching of this company which is the brainchild of Saint Lucia’s travel professional LORINE CHARLES-ST JULES.
As the founder/CEO of Pea Eye 7, Lorine brings 15 years of experience in tourism product development and the hospitality industry to the new company. Lorine excelled in senior positions in the Ministry of Tourism of Saint Lucia, and The Saint Luica Tourist Board, before starting this new and innovative company earlier this year.
Pea Eye 7 brings together a talented team of industry experts and prides itself on it’s product offering. The comapny offers a range of specialized services including: luxury resorts representation; inbound tourism business development; tourism niche marketing; training and epicurean travel management and placement. In officially unveiling the company Lorine noted; “Having the ability to bring a customized marketing approach to clients wishing to navigate through large geographic or digital platforms is very inspiring. Pea Eye 7 has an established foundation of clientele in the Caribbean and the North-East USA, and expects to bring services to the Caribbean and beyond.”
PEA EYE 7 MARKETING INTERNATIONAL

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