pledged the ministry's support in ensuring a fruitful business. Bahamas
Minister of Tourism Obie Wilchcombe
gladly welcomed the $2 million Señor Frog's restaurant owned by a group of Mexican investors.
At the official opening of the popular franchise in Downtown Nassau, Mr. Wilchcombe
pledged the ministry's support in ensuring a fruitful business.
Minister of Tourism Wilchcombe
told the Mexican investors that they seem committed to building a restaurant that provides an opportunity for visitors to have a great time and a one of a kind experience.
"I also take note of the fact that you have a commitment to your staff and that commitment is for them to become a part of this organisation and not just feel that they are here for a job, but also to begin careers," he
said. Mr. Wilchcombe
mentioned that it is also important for the staff of Señor Frog's
to understand that it rests upon them to ensure that patrons walk away wanting to come back.
"You have to now commit yourself to making this successful.
When you do this, you are not only doing it for yourself and this establishment, but for every single soul in The Bahamas
and for your country, so I want to encourage you to give it all that you can and adopt to the philosophy of this organisation," he
Señor Frog's restaurant is conveniently located on Navy Lion Road behind the straw market.
The franchise has locations in Peru, Aruba, Spain, Panama, Mexico, Venezuela, Puerto Rico and The Bahamas
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