Promoters of ‘Welcome to Madagascar’ issues apology
Welcome to Madagascar Calypso Island Event was a party experience that our supporters mentioned as amazing and memorable
Promoters of the much talked about event, ‘Welcome to Madagascar’ on Monday (January 29th, 2019) issued a statement and an apology to patrons, following the unfortunate circumstance which resulted in patrons having to leave ‘Calypso Island’ via Speedboats and not the Catamaran as expected. The statement which was posted to the Promoter’s Facebook page, stated that the matter stemmed from “a misunderstanding between the renters of the Catamaran and the management of Calypso Island”.
The following is the full statement released by Omenala Grenada, Promoters of ‘Welcome to Madagascar’ which was held on Calypso Island on Sunday 27th, January 2019
January 28th, 2019, St. George, Grenada – Omenala – Welcome to Madagascar Calypso Island Event was a party experience that our supporters mentioned as amazing and memorable (great fun).
Due to circumstances out of our control, the end of day journey back from Calypso Island didn’t go as planned resulting from a misunderstanding between the renters of the Catamaran and the management of Calypso Island.
We sincerely apologize for the use of speedboats as return transportation and the manner in which the situation was handled. We ensure you that your safety back from the island was our number one (#1) priority. Again, we are saddened and feel badly by the exit, and we are grateful that everyone got home safely.
We are working with the authorities to overcome the situation and will keep you, our supporters updated.
The Omenala Grenada – Welcome to Madagascar Team