TASC celebrates “The Gift of Solitude” during the month of March

Travel Advisors Selling the Caribbean (TASC) celebrates the “Gift of Solitude” during the month of March, with a focus on solo trips, girlfriends’ getaways, retreats and unplugged vacations This is part of TASC’s year long “Gift the Caribbean” campaign, which is designed to capture rising optimism among travel advisors and their clients, as travel restrictions to the Caribbean begin to ease.

Featuring a different experience every month, the campaign urges travelers to “gift” themselves with a Caribbean getaway, after months of lock down. TASC Ambassadors will travel to various Caribbean islands to enjoy the range of experiences and special offers that are available as borders reopen. They will share their experiences as part of TASC’s content creation strategy to demonstrate the Caribbean’s high level of preparedness for business.

TASC Ambassador, Tren’ness Woods-Black, a New York taste-maker with Caribbean roots, will travel to Saint Lucia for a girlfriends’ getaway. Woods-Black is the granddaughter of the late Sylvia Woods, renowned founder of the Soul Food icon, Sylvia’s Restaurant in Harlem, where she serves as VP of Communications.

As a lifestyle expert and commentator, Tren’ness makes regular media appearances throughout New York City to discuss business, food and culture. She has been featured on The View, Master Chef (Poland & Australia), The Food Network Special Savoring Harlem, Food Paradise, Project Runaway, as well as special features on FOX, WPIX, CBS and ABC.