Scrub Island Resort, Spa & Marina Announces Partnership With London-Based Marketing Firm

scrub island resort, spa & marinaScrub Island Resort, Spa & Marina, a private-island resort in the British Virgin Islands, recently announced a new partnership with ClubCenturia, a London-based sales and marketing company. 

The partnership is intended to increase presence and generate business for the resort from the United Kingdom, Continental Europe and Russia and its Commonwealth of Independent States. ClubCenturia represents a number of exceptional resort properties in the Caribbean and beyond.

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“The U.K. is a key leisure market for the resort and we’re looking to build this business by providing enhanced connectivity to our leisure and group markets overseas,” said Scott Ward, Scrub Island Resort, Spa & Marina director of marketing and sales, in a written release. “We believe ClubCenturia has the skill and experience needed to connect the resort together with visitors eager to experience such an exclusive location.”

Heading Scrub Island Resort’s U.K. efforts will be Max Tchanturia, founder of ClubCenturia, who has held sales and marketing roles in travel and hospitality in New York and London, utilizing a wealth of international experience and expertise to the benefit of all ClubCenturia clients.


“We’re confident this partnership will be productive, as our clientele appreciates the kind of luxury, prestige and fantastic service for which Scrub Island Resort is already well known,” said Tchanturia.


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