MoBay Convention Centre General Manager, Dittie Guise is Dead

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Jamaica News, March 8, 2018 – Dittie Guise is Dead                                

Montego Bay, Jamaica (McKoy’s News) – One of the Caribbean giants in the tourism sector is dead.  Dittie Guise who played a major role in the Jamaica tourist industry over the recent years, died on Tuesday morning while at a Montego Bay hospital after a long fight with an ongoing ailment.

Miss Guise who was the present Manager of the Montego Bay Convention Centre and first vice president of the Montego Bay Chamber of Commerce was ailing with cancer.  She just returned back to Jamaica a few days ago after receiving chemotherapy treatment in the USA.

Prior to her death,  she was scheduled to attend a meeting of the Jamaica Hotel and Tourist Association Marketing Committee last week but complained of having severe headaches and had to cancel her plans to attend.

She was then admitted to Hospital where she was admitted and then succumb after several days.

Dittie Guise has been the backbone of the Montego Bay Convention Centre since appointed as General Manager in the year 2011. She was also Chief Operating Officer at the Pennsylvania Convention Centre Authority and General Manager at SMG-Greater Columbus Convention Centre.

This distinguished female holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management and Fashion Merchandising.  She earned her education in London, England in the past years and was currently General Manager at Homkar Inc-Kansas City Market Centre.

Tributes are now pouring in, to the family of the late hospitality giant,  who assisted in the recent success of the Montego Bay Convention Centre,  in the likes of walking away with seven consecutive wins at the World Travel Award for the Caribbean Leading and Meeting Conference Centre.

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