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- I was employed by the Colony for 16 years as their floral manager. I have my own floral business now, and still do business with the Colony. I can tell you people who come to the Colony do so because it is a beautiful property, where families can enjoy a wonderful/safe vacation with their families and friends creating memories that bring them back year after year, generation after generation.. Booking weddings at the Colony who wouldn't want to come to 800' of beautiful beach where they can a tent, music and wonderful service and that is what the Colony is beautiful and has wonderful service. 18 acres to relax in with all the amentities right on property in a setting of natural beauty. Corporate business, lets see: attend meetings and watch sunsets in the evening all at the same place - they will come once everything is settled down. I'm sure there are a few out there who would like to see the Colony fail, but if you have seen from it my prospective - it's simply a beautiful place to work, visit and spent time. It has a rich history and no one can deny that. To have it restored to its glory for all to enjoy, to bring the vibrant life back - now that would be wonderful.
MR.JAY YABLON PRESIDENNT COLONNY ASSOCIATION
I WILL LIKE 5 MINUTES MEETING WITH YOUR SIR . ON REFER TO
P. M.S.S. THANK YOU SIR , KEEP FOCUS ON PRIORITY
- DR.KLAUBER,PLEASE STEP ASIDE,COUNT YOUR MONEY AND MOVE ON.THERE FEW IF ANY,WEDDINGS OR CORPORATE MEETINGS OR NEW PROSPECTIVE CLIENTS WILLING TO BOOK WHAT IS NOW A VIEW OF NEGLIGENCE.
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