Dominican Student is Winner of the 2008 Florida Caribbean Cruise Association Environmental Poster Competition
St. Maryâ€™s Academy student, Rohaan K. Allport, is the winner of the 2008 Florida Caribbean Cruise Association (FCCA) Environmental Poster Competition.
The FCCA poster competition is held annually and seeks to promote and stimulate environmental awareness among students and educate the younger generation on the importance of environmental protection this yearâ€™s poster contest attracted entries from approximately fourteen nations. Each participantâ€™s poster should have depicted at least three (3) ways in which his/her destination can make a difference in preserving the environment.
Other programs held by the FCCA include: the annual FCCA Caribbean Cruise Conference and Trade Show, bringing together over 100 cruise executives and 800 cruise industry partners; the FCCA Foundation for the Caribbean, which serves as a tangible mechanism for the cruise industry to participate in the effort to support humanitarian and social causes throughout the Caribbean and Mexico; the Caribbean Beach Clean-Up Program; and Tourism Essay Contests for Caribbean and Mexican students.
Rohaan was awarded a cash prize of US$3000 as the winner in the senior category, along with US$3000 for his school at an exclusive luncheon aboard the Carnival Destiny. Government Officials from the Ministry of Education and Ministry of Tourism as well as representatives from Discover Dominica Authority and Rohannâ€™s parents were present at the luncheon.
Congratulations to Rohaan K. Allport.
What a wonderful poster! A well-deserved prize for young Mr. Allport. Let’s hope that his poster makes its intended impression on all who see it.
Congratulations to Rohaan on his success but he came out third not first in the competition as it says on the fcca website http://www.f-cca.com/press/09-poster.html