Couples Resorts to Build New Property in Jamaica

Couples Resorts announced plans for a fifth resort in Jamaica. The new resort will be situated near the multi-billion dollar Harmony Cove luxury tourism project in Trelawny, Jamaica. The 370-room Trelawny resort, which is estimated to cost $57 million, will be built on 38-acres of land owned by Lee Issa, Couples Resorts' chairman. The construction is expected to be completed in 2008. For more information, visit [www.couples.com].

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