Chamber urges CIG to address wedding dress deposit

| 06/05/2014

(CNS Business): The recent revelations from customs officials that brides visiting Cayman need to leave a 30% deposit on gowns and other wedding outfits has stirred up considerable controversy and left many people in Cayman deeply concerned about the impact on the destination wedding business. Chamber of Commerce President Johann Moxam is calling on government to meet with the local tourism association and the Chamber as soon as possible to address the issue and make changes to the customs tariff to remove the requirement that appears to be an example of unnecessary bureaucratic harassment for visitors. Read more on CNS Business

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Dear Chamber,

    Please urge Government to also look at the high cost of business and the high cost of living for Caymanians and Residence. That would be some meaningful productive work from you all for a change instead of photo ops.