More than 4,000 locals flocked to the recently-opened Arts and Recreation Centre by Cayman International School in Camana Bay last weekend for the eighth annual Island Living Show.
This year was the first year that the event was held at the Camana Bay location and Cayman 27, who put on the event each year, was happy with the turnout at the event.
‘Cayman 27 is thrilled with the success of this year’s Island Living Show,’ said Amy Arnold, account executive at Cayman 27. ‘We were fortunate to have teamed up with Camana Bay and to have had the opportunity to use the Arts and Recreation Centre, a brand-new facility, to host the eighth annual show.’
Several prize draws were on offer from companies exhibiting at the show, and winners enjoyed prizes such as a brand-new BMW car (awarded as a raffle prize by Rotary Sunrise) and a Cuba vacation.
Lucky attendee Meloney King walked away with a cash prize of $500, Robert Henning won the Cuba vacation and Norma Roach was the winner of the BMW car.
‘We had more than 60 exhibitors, both inside and out, participate and take pride in their booth space to ensure that the attendee experience was one that they will remember,’ said Ms Arnold. ‘We were very pleased with the turnout, as were the exhibitors.’