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JTB, Air Jamaica Collaborate for Winter Rescue Promotion

Jamaica Information Service: "As part of its Jamaican Winter Rescue Programme, the Jamaica Tourist Board (JTB) has collaborated with the national carrier, Air Jamaica, to provide New Yorkers a chance to win a tropical getaway to the island.

This exciting promotion encourages individuals to look out for taxicabs bearing special Jamaican advertisements, throughout the month of January. When a cab is spotted, New Yorkers can log onto WLTW-FM's website, enter when and where they spotted the cab, and then enter the sweepstakes to win a trip to Jamaica courtesy of Air Jamaica, and Riu Palace Tropical Bay."

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