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Bus & Truck eyes dealer’ pole position

A well-known Bahamian auto dealership has invested $125,000 into its newly-revamped showroom, in the belief that its “cutting edge” rebrand will attract younger customers.

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CBS Bahamas expands with brand showroom

Commonwealth Building Supplies (CBS) Bahamas last week unveiled a new showroom for its Kohler kitchens and bathrooms brand.

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Bahamian retailers hit by ‘showroom effect’

BAHAMIAN retailers yesterday said they have fallen victim to the “showroom effect” with consumers using them as ‘fitting rooms’ before purchasing online.

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College happy to open its new alumni office

SATURDAY July 20 marked a new page in the Saint Augustine’s College Alumni Association’s book. Due to damage caused by successive hurricanes, the alumni office, which for many years was originally located on the campus of St Augustine’s College, Fox

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Acquire firms that match your taste

As the only business broker in Nassau, I come across many different models for small businesses. Some work, and some do not. Others nest themselves neatly in a particular niche and are succe

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Embassies hit by 75% auto delivery plummet

Bahamas-based diplomatic missions are among those hit by a vehicle backlog where local dealers receive as little as 25 percent of their orders as the global supply chain crisis worsens.

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Tyreflex Star Motors clients see 2016 Mercedes-Benz rollout

A GROUP of Tyreflex Star Motors clients were among the first to witness the 2016 Mercedes-Benz lineup of luxury vehicles at a cocktail reception last week, with an exclusive white GLE 400 unveiled and expected to be the most coveted car this Christmas.

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10,000 condoms donated to Bahamas AIDS Foundation

The Bahamas AIDS Foundation has received a donation of 10,000 condoms from Builders Mall; Tile King, FYP, The Paint Centre, AC Depot and Liquid Courage.

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BELLEVUE OPENS LATEST DIVISION

Bellevue Business Depot has opened its latest division, Bellevue Contract Furnishings & Design. "The concept of the Bellevue Contract Furnishings & Design has been quietly brewing in the background of Bellevue Business Depot," said Monique Graham, manag

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Queen's Highway businesses destroyed by storm surge

MANY businesses in the commercial and light industrial sector of Freeport are closed for business, having suffered major flood damage and significant inventory loss due to Hurricane Dorian.Storm surge swept throughout the entire business district off

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COVID shutdown for auto dealer’s ‘major generator’

One of an auto dealer’s “two major generators” has likely been forced to close until tomorrow after almost one-third of staff tested positive for COVID-19 amid the latest case surge.

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Furniture store grows into its third location

A Bahamian-owned outdoor furniture store is expanding to its third location less than three years after opening its Sandyport outlet.Oasis Furniture has extended its footprint to Eleuthera by collaborating with Governor’s Harbour-based Bahama Hand Pr

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Sandilands staff pray for church, community assistance

Sandilands Rehabilitation Centre officially launched its Sandilands Month of activities on Tuesday at St Anselm’s Roman Catholic Church under the theme “Advancing Physical and Mental Health through Community Integration”. The service was officiated b

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Kelly's rejects curb-side; dealers eye 40% fall-off

Kelly's House & Home is closing "until further notice" from 6pm this evening rather than offer curb-side services that auto dealers predict will be up to 40 percent down on their normal in-store sales.

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Auto industry re-opening 'matter of life and death'

Auto dealers say today’s full sector re-opening was increasingly becoming “a matter of life and death” with as much as “half the industry” in danger of folding had the Government not relaxed COVID-19 restrictions.Ben Albury, Bahamas Bus and Truck’s g

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SuperGreen Solutions: How to slash 35% off the energy bill

According to the US Department of Energy, 35 per cent of the average home’s electric bill is from water heating. Today, we will discuss how to reduce that: Make the Bahamas a little greener, and save money.

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Lyndah Wells, a five-star photographer

CHANCES are if you’re on Facebook these days and see a fabulous wedding photo shoot, the name Lyndah Wells is attached.

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Project targets $450k condo/slip package over Florida ‘uptick’

An eastern New Providence real estate project is aiming to develop a ‘condo/marina slip’ package worth less than $450,000 to accommodate a “significant uptick” in inquiries from the Florida boating market, having invested a further $10-12 million in its development this year to-date.

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China auto show highlights industry’s electric ambitions

The biggest global auto show of the year showcases China’s ambitions to become a leader in electric cars and the industry’s multibillion-dollar scramble to roll out models that appeal to price-conscious but demanding Chinese drivers.

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Auto dealer eyes 10% sales boostvia brand swap

A leading Bahamian auto dealer yesterday said it was investing $140,000 to ‘swap’ the location of two vehicle brands, with the aim of generating a 10 per cent sales boost for the most popular.

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