NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Adam Stewart, Executive Chairman of Sandals Resorts International (SRI), extended a free luxury vacation to Steven Gardiner as he joins Bahamians and the world to celebrate Gardiner’s Gold Medal at the 400 meters (m) final at the Tokyo Olympics.
In an early morning social media post, Stewart made the announcement while congratulating Gardiner and bronze medalist Kirani James of Granada.
Stewart congratulated the two gentlemen, saying it was “the best performance in the world for Steven Gardiner of the Bahamas and Kirani James of Granada”.
“As a Caribbean resort chain that was also voted best in the world, at the end of the Olympics, we’re giving you a free vacation in full VIP style at home.”
Since the start of the Tokyo Olympics, Stewart has offered free all-inclusive stays to Caribbean athletes who step onto the podium, including luxury ground transfers from their homes where available (Rolls-Royce in the Bahamas), a service of Full butler and superior suite accommodation at a Sandals resort for a number of nights determined by the athletes themselves.
Stewart added, “Our athletes are amazing and they do a spectacular job continuing to represent themselves, their individual countries and the entire Caribbean region. By adding the Olympic gold medal to his world championship crown, Steve made Bahamian history and put his name in the history books.
“We are extremely proud of him and all of our Caribbean athletes and Sandals Resorts look forward to welcoming them when their schedules allow. “