I never been there, well there is a lot of places I never been...

Jwag - December 2 2011, 11:55 AM

I never been there, well there is a lot of places I never been to in Haiti.

I would love to visit there one day, so lets set it up and make it happen :-)

I think the trade show will be good for the city and Haiti.

This is a good oppertunity to show case some good things that Haiti has to offer.

Good job for speading the news Bro, you are doing a great job.

Thanks and God bless us all

JWag

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