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Morning Blend 28 May, 2013

We discuss BEC Executive Chairman Leslie Miller’s claim that sabotage is behind the damage to one of the main engines at the Clifton Pier power plant. Miller says this could result in an increase in electricity bills this summer.
We also discuss Police Commissioner Ellison Greenslade’s interview on ‘Jeffrey’ yesterday, and the Christian Council’s calls for “prayers” to tackle crime in the country.

Also, ahead of this week’s “Social Media Bootcamp”, we get details on how businesses can use social media profitably. Crystal Washington, a “social media expert” out of Houston, Texas, and head of CWM Enterprises, Miranda Inniss, CEO, The Publicity Agency (Bahamas), and Ricardo Berris, President/CEO MI Group of Companies, outline ways to use social media effectively to grow any type of business. The Boot Camp is set for May 30 and 31 at the Sheraton Nassau Beach Resort.

And we’re joined by the amazing Lauryn Rolle, the new Bahamas Primary School Student of the Year 2013-2014. The precocious 11-year old 6th grader at St. Thomas More Primary tells us about her journey to Primary School Student of the Year, her first week with the title, the many activities in which she’s involved, and her future plans and goals. Her mom Pia Rolle also discusses how she is determined to have all her children become productive and independent citizens.

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