And in the spirit of his declaration, the resort has been scheduling road-side cleanings once a month, as part of the company’s commitment to the community of Aruba. The cleaning is also in compliance with the Aruba Hotel And Tourism Association-sponsored, Adopt-A-Mile program, which has been supported by the Radisson for the past decade.
The resort crew made of members of the executive office, including General Manager Rob Smith, and members of the Food & Beverage Department met early in the morning and spent over two hours collecting debris and trash between the Radisson Aruba Resort Casino & Spa and the Sasaki highway.
Wearing their Yes I Can! T-shirts, they picked up mostly plastic bottles, cups, and food take-out containers, and had a lot of fun fishing the hard to reach litter out of the Bubali nature-reserve water-filled ditches.
Pictured here, the considerable amount of trash removed by the Radisson associates, setting an example of environmental stewardship.