Elite Island Resorts Staff Participate in Beach Clean-up Activities

Elite Island Resorts Staff Participate in Beach Clean-up Activities
September 28, 2016 Bradley Cox

img-20160917-wa0038-2Antigua & Barbuda, St. John’s – Staff members of the Elite Island Resorts in Antigua have volunteered their early Saturday morning to clean beaches in observance of the International Coastal Clean-up activities.

Galley Bay Resort & Spa, Jolly Beach Resort & Spa, St. James’s Club & Villas, The Verandah Resort & Spa and Pineapple Beach Club Antigua staff brought along friends and family members and joined forces to remove waste from various beaches in Antigua. More than 1,000 pounds of garbage (mainly plastic bottles, plastic bags, clothing and washed up debris) were removed from the beaches and bagged by the teams.

One of the staff members said: “When you see how much you have removed and how beautiful the area looks after clean-up, it makes you forget the hours and walking you put into it. We are very happy to have participated in this event and hope that others will team up with us next year.”


About Elite Island Resorts

Elite Island Resorts represents an impressive collection of all-inclusive beachfront properties in the Caribbean. Each resort provides something unique for every traveller, with offerings ranging from destination weddings and romantic escapes to family retreats and eco vacations. Resorts include: St. James’s Club & Villas, The Verandah Resort & Spa, Pineapple Beach Club Antigua and Galley Bay Resort & Spa, all in Antigua; St. James’s Club Morgan Bay, St. Lucia; Long Bay Beach Club in Tortola, BVI; Palm Island Resort & Spa in the Grenadines; The Club, Barbados Resort & Spa; and Los Establos Boutique Hotel in Boqueté, Panama. For more information visit www.eliteislandresorts.com