Andy Townsend plans a spring visit to the home of Col U

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ITV’s legendary football pundit and former Ireland international player, Andy Townsend, will be making his way to Weston Homes Community Stadium on Thursday, 24 March to present an exclusive Caribbean investment evening.

DB International Directors Roger Galton-Davis and David Blackwell to host event with Andy Townsend

"We can only expect another fantastic evening, one I am sure will interest and inspire many sports fans"

After his recent visit to Stoke by Nayland telling all of the remarkable investment opportunities available in five luxurious resorts in the Caribbean, Townsend is back by popular demand, supporting local company DB International Homes as they add JAMAICA to the list.

With the offer of a 100% finance option, guaranteed returns and a reservation of just £1,000 along with their newest acquisition of 2,000-plus acres of prime real estate in Jamaica, DB International Homes are expecting a full house on the night.
“The last investment evening was such a success that our property allocation sold out!” said DB International Homes Director David Blackwell, who works in conjunction with Harlequin Property. “It will be an honour to have Andy Townsend back to present at our next event. We can only expect another fantastic evening, one I am sure will interest and inspire many sports fans.”

As Harlequin Property’s very own ambassador of its world class Sports Academy and as a personal investor himself, Townsend has plenty to enlighten sports enthusiasts.

On top of this, DB International Homes has a very enticing incentive for guests on the night; “This time, we are offering an all expenses paid discovery trip to Buccament Bay in St Vincent and The Grenadines to all investors on the evening,” said David.

Places are limited – to avoid disappointment, pre-register now and secure your FREE VIP ticket by emailing or calling 0845 0038 098.


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