Cayman National Parade of Lights Cancelled for 2020

The annual holiday event, Cayman National Parade of Lights, featuring a Christmas concert, boat parade, and spectacular fireworks display has been cancelled for 2020. Set to take place on Saturday 5 th December at Camana Bay, event organisers made the decision to cancel the event after ongoing uncertainty about mass gatherings due to the impact […]

4 steps to ensure live radio endorsements are effective for your brand

Radio is a powerful advertising channel that offers rich targeting, huge reach and influence on purchase decisions. Using a radio endorsement can help take your marketing to the next level. Radio, with its human voice to convince, can be used to persuade and influence listeners. Hurley’s Media radio personalities are well-known in our community and […]

Hurley’s Media urges the Cayman community to drive safe this summer

Hurley’s Media is calling on the Cayman community to drive safe this summer, in partnership with Britcay, National Roads Authority and RCIPS.   In its 4th consecutive year, the Drive Safe campaign will this year focus on three main areas of major concern relating to drivers on our roads; driving under the influence, speeding and distracted driving.  Drink driving, speeding and […]

Tourism industry expected to be devastated

No one would be shocked to know that COVID-19 will have an affect, big or small, on every industry. While some have stronger defenses, others will struggle to reset while playing catch up on the last couple of very detrimental months. Cayman’s Finance Minister, Hon. Roy McTaggart, presented a ‘stark reality’ of the COVID economic […]

ICONZ has announce it will be jumping with Batabano

ICONZ has announced it will be participating in Batabano Carnival on Saturday 9 May, 2020 after being informed CayMas Carnival road parade will take place on Discovery Day public holiday, Monday 18 May. ICONZ has participated in CayMas since 2017, mainly due to the carnival taking place over a long weekend. However, with recent speculation […]