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Trinidad Union Club gets new home

Published: 
Sunday, March 18, 2018
Jane Chang, second from left, managing director of Kapok Hotel, greets Michael Alonzo, chairman of the Trinidad Union Club. Looking on is Linda Hayton, secretary, Trinidad Union Club, and Adrian Clarke, director, Trinidad Union Club.

One of the oldest surviving business club in T&T, the Trinidad Union Club (TUC) has found a new home at the Flamboyant room, Kapok Hotel.

“The management team of the TUC is motivated by the interest of the members who have continued to support the club over the years,” said chairman, Michael Alonzo.

We are excited about the prospect of encouraging past and new members to join in paving the way for the future success of this historic club,” said Alonzo.

Alonzo said the new marketing manager and committee have already begun planning events for the club at its new location.

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