Published On: Mon, May 13th, 2013

Benchmark receives Fox TV crew at Santa Barbara Beach & Golf Resort

FOXWILLEMSTAD –  A film crew from the U.S. TV channel Fox lingered over the weekend in Curacao, specifically in the Santa Barbara Beach & Golf Resort.

At the request of Benchmark Hospitality International, the manager of Santa Barbara Beach & Golf Resort, and in cooperation with the tourism authorities of CTB and other local authorities, the Fox team came to Curacao for a few days for the popular programs “Awesome Adventures” and “Wild about Animals”.

On Saturday morning the crew took shot in various locations of the extensive area of ​​Santa Barbara complex. Hostess Nicole Dabeau of the program accompanied two local youths in various locations. These two teens are the 16-year-old Skylar Dayne (also known as promising singer) and the 18-year-old Diego Cárdenas. During the filming they wandered around the golf course Old Quarry along with golf pro Jane Weststrate. Here they viewed the homes of Marina Village near the Seru Boca Marina, they also enjoyed the water sports on the famous Santa Barbara Beach area and of course they were able to enjoy the amenities , Santa Barbara Beach & Golf Resort has to offer.

FOX1The Fox team will stay in Curacao until Wednesday. They will be accompanied by CTB associates who will take them around the island and show them different other places. The shots they take are for programs airing throughout the United States at over 125 TV stations around the Fox, ABC and CBS networks.

Santa Barbara Beach & Golf Resort, newly managed by Benchmark Hospitality International along with their U.S. based PR firm Diamond PR, has secured two opportunities for exposure in the North American Market. Diamond PR worked closely with the Curacao Tourist Board who have supported the media initiative with on-island assistance and airfare. Executives at the resort and Benchmark Hospitality are excited to bring this opportunity to the island to showcase the family friendly activities Curacao has to offer.


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