Posts Tagged ‘Solomons’


Solomon’s Super Center Celebrated Fathers With Daddy & Me Grill Off

Thursday, June 22nd, 2017

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On Saturday June 17, fathers teamed up with their children to face off in the Daddy & Me Grill Off at Solomon’s Super Center on Old Trail Road. The four-hour event quickly heated up with contestants preparing four categories of meat. Judges were placed in a hidden area to narrow down the top winners based on flavor, presentation and tenderness/texture of the finished product.

Solomon’s Brand Manager Monalisa Sweeting planned the event to honor fathers in the community for the important role they play in the lives of their children.  “We wanted to host a fun event where our fathers could set up their own grills and showoff their cooking skills all while spending time with their kids...

Solomon’s Fresh Market Holds 2nd Fun Walk & Health Fair

Monday, May 29th, 2017

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At the 2nd annual Solomon’s Fresh Market Fun Walk & Health Fair, vendors showcased products and services geared towards living a healthier lifestyle at the store’s Old Fort Bay location. The event kicked off with a 3-mile fun walk with more than 100 persons taking to the streets, walking from the store’s parking lot to Lyford Cay and back. Proceeds from the walk will be donated to the Cancer Society of The Bahamas to assist with the group’s ongoing projects.

That same day more than 250 shoppers took part in a health fair featuring booths with organic teas, massage therapy, nutritious meal preparation tips, fitness trainers as well as information from non-profit support groups. Blood pressure checks, weigh-ins and glucose screenings were also provided by Doctors Hospital and the Bahamas Medical Center...

AML Urges Grand Bahama Shoppers to Go Plastic Free and Reduce Environmental Impact Through BYOB Initiative

Sunday, May 28th, 2017

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At the 2nd Annual Bring Your Own Bag (BYOB) event in recognition of Earth Day, AML Foods Ltd. encouraged Saturday shoppers at their Grand Bahama stores to swap plastic bags for environmentally friendly, reusable shopping bags.

The company teamed up with the Keep Grand Bahama Clean Committee to give out 10,000 eco-friendly bags to customers at Solomon’s Queen’s Highway and Solomon’s Lucaya in an effort to reduce the negative impact of plastic waste on our natural environment.

The BYOB initiative started in New Providence and Grand Bahama last April. A total of 20,000 free reusable bags were given out over the course of one year...

AML Urges Grand Bahama Shoppers to Go Plastic Free and Reduce Environmental Impact Through BYOB Initiative

Sunday, May 28th, 2017

AML-SM.jpg
At the 2nd Annual Bring Your Own Bag (BYOB) event in recognition of Earth Day, AML Foods Ltd. encouraged Saturday shoppers at their Grand Bahama stores to swap plastic bags for environmentally friendly, reusable shopping bags.

The company teamed up with the Keep Grand Bahama Clean Committee to give out 10,000 eco-friendly bags to customers at Solomon’s Queen’s Highway and Solomon’s Lucaya in an effort to reduce the negative impact of plastic waste on our natural environment.

The BYOB initiative started in New Providence and Grand Bahama last April. A total of 20,000 free reusable bags were given out over the course of one year...

Solomon’s Fresh Market Wine Tasting Event Benefits REACH Bahamas

Wednesday, May 3rd, 2017

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Solomon’s Fresh Market teamed up with Young’s Fine Wine to host an evening of food, wine and networking in support of Autism Awareness Month.

 The Charity sampling event at the Old Fort Bay location, raised funds to assist R.E.A.C.H. Bahamas in its efforts to help children and families affected by autism. Cases of autism continue to increase in The Bahamas and according to the United States Centers for Disease Control And Prevention, an estimated 1 in 68 children are on the autism spectrum.


Solomon’s Fresh Market Wine Tasting Event Benefits REACH Bahamas

Wednesday, May 3rd, 2017

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Solomon’s Fresh Market teamed up with Young’s Fine Wine to host an evening of food, wine and networking in support of Autism Awareness Month.

 The Charity sampling event at the Old Fort Bay location, raised funds to assist R.E.A.C.H. Bahamas in its efforts to help children and families affected by autism. Cases of autism continue to increase in The Bahamas and according to the United States Centers for Disease Control And Prevention, an estimated 1 in 68 children are on the autism spectrum.