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Brian Louisy awarded OBE

PRESS RELEASE:-Brian Louisy Executive Director of The St. Lucia Chamber of Commerce Industry and Agriculture has been Awarded Officer of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (OBE) for services to the public and private sectors.

President of the Chamber Mr. Lanfraze Cherubin in extending congratulations on behalf of The Chamber to Mr. Louisy on this most deserved honour notes; “We know of Mr. Louisy’s contribution in the public and private sector, and we are also aware of his immersion, and time-honoured service and commitment in the sporting arena. The Chamber is particularly appreciative of his commitment and perseverance in working with the Private Sector”.

This award we believe is truly a deserved one and for that we share his joy in this most noble and merited recognition.  We hope that this shining example of commitment and dedication will impact others in their pursuits.

On behalf of past Presidents, The Chamber’s board and The Chamber’s Secretariat, The President applauds Mr. Louisy on this great recognition.

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