The Prime Minister of St. Maarten the Honorable Sarah Wescot-Williams continued her support of young, local talented business men and women at the unveiling of Blush Boutique’s own line of fragrances Fleur at the store’s location on the Boardwalk on Saturday evening. The fragrance, which is one of the premiers for St. Maarten, is the brainchild of the owner of Blush St. Maarten young business woman Ms. Giovanella Francesca de Weever.
The Prime Minister said she was proud and honored to be at the unveiling and would continue to support efforts for young business people to invest in the development of St. Maarten’s business sector. "It gives me great pride to see Giovanella at this achievement here this evening. Giovanella was was so spoiled by my late husband and I am sure tonight he is looking down on you with pride for what she has achieved tonight and in the past few years. When you have the kind of love and passion for what you are doing it can make all of the difference in the world and so I am the one who is honored to be here. I love perfumes but more than that it shows that Giovanella is contributing to the development and exposure of St. Maarten through her creativity, dedication and contribution to the economy of the island. And I hope that with this perfume we can use this as a tool to promote St. Maarten and its young people for what they have been doing in the community; it is all of our duty to support young, talented business people. So once again congratulations and I look forward to your future ventures," commented the Prime Minister.