U.S. Island of Guam – Minister St.Ange, Seychelles Minister for Tourism & Culture, meets Seychellois national Jacques Bronze living and working in US island of Guam.
During the course of his 5-day working visit to the U.S. island of Guam, Alain St.Ange, the Seychelles Minister of Tourism & Culture, met up with a Seychellois who has been living and working on the U.S. island of Guam for over 20 years.
Mr. Jacques Bronze met with the minister and senior tourism consultant, Glynn Burridge, at the 2016 PATA Summit which was held at the Dusit Thani Resort and at which the minister was invited to deliver the keynote address and to participate in two panel discussions.
Minister Alain St.Ange and Jacques Bronze with Glynn Burridge (standing)
Mr. Bronze is a Seychellois national still with family in Seychelles who owns and runs a law practice in the U.S. Island of Guam. He learned of the minister’s visit to the island via local TV and decided to get in touch. Minister Alain St.Ange, who had arrived in the island a day earlier, had been giving press interviews on TV, Radio and on the local newspapers. The Seychelles Minister said that he was happy to have been able to catch up with Jacques Bronze. “I personally know his mother who resides in lower Bel Air, the electoral district which I was elected to represent in the National Assembly. Jacques made time to catch up with us and he went out of his way to show us his new island of Guam” said Minister St.Ange.
“Glynn Burridge and myself enjoyed the time we spent with Jacques Bronze. He has done so well for himself and does Seychelles proud” said Minister St.Ange. Jacques Bronze is also part of the Tourism Ambassadors program for Seychelles.