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Island Living Show


More than 30 exhibitors took part in the 2014 Cayman 27 Island Living Show in June which attracted thousands of locals to the Arts & Recreation Centre at Camana Bay in Grand Cayman. The show allowed businesses to showcase their wide array of services and goods to local residents and get them excited about the many offerings available on island.
The Ironwood booth was front and centre at the show’s entrance and was a hit among the attendees with a putting competition for all ages and a delicious ice cold “Arnold Palmer” – a refreshing blend of Iced Tea & Lemonade - enhanced with a colourful umbrella, the signature of both the golfing community and the Arnold Palmer brand.


Director of Sales & Marketing, Samantha Widmer, and Project Manager, James McVey, were inundated with excited participants for the putting competition with a signature Arnold Palmer signed golf putter as the prize.


The Island Living Show was the perfect opportunity to chat with the Arnold Palmer team about where Ironwood will be located and what it offers and to give some insight to the development which is going to transform the face of the eastern districts of Grand Cayman.
Sales information on the residential lots and town homes was available for interested buyers and investors looking for an option to either build a new home or buy prebuilt condo style living. The new Ironwood leaflet provided a fun map in a cartoon style featuring descriptions of all areas of the development.


Youngsters were encouraged to participate in the putting completion, some of which were determined to beat their siblings who stood nearby. A large number of juniors made the five foot putt up the small ridge which put a smile on their faces for the remainder of the event.
Ironwood will eventually feature a teaching academy with options for youngsters of all ages to learn the game of golf. Some of the best sportsman started young!

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Never discount grandma’s ability to make a hole-in-one! At the Ironwood putting competition these little guys, her grandkids, were over the moon when granny sank her first putt.


The event was a great success with Ginny Hobday winning Arnold Palmer signed putter . Ginny’s two sons, John Ross and Harrison Clough are both very involved in the Cayman Islands Junior Golf programme and were delighted with mum’s win, which she gladly shared with the boys. (With Samantha Widmer and James McVey).


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