Sandals CEO says “I Do” at Grand Central Station

Sandals Founder Gordon “Butch” Stewart, and Sandals CEO Adam Stewart, took over Grand Central Station in New York last night. The father-son team not only brought the Caribbean beaches inside NYC’s main transit hub at rush hour, but also brought along a bridal fashion show attracting the eye of everyone woman who would normally be racing to the train.

The event was held to launch the “Say I DO To Sandals Resorts” program that allows couples to fully customize their big day. Where couples have shied away from destinations weddings in the past with fear of details being lost in translation, the all-inclusive resorts allow the future bride and groom to digitally take care of details like the color scheme, menu, flower arrangements, and the cake.

“Nothing says romance like a destination wedding in the Caribbean,” Butch says.” The carefree spirit of the islands, the magnificent landscapes, endless beach and impossibly blue waters work together to set the mood for your special day. ”

A special guest to the event was Kleinfeld’s Fashion Director Randy Fenoli and star of TLC’s Say Yes to The Dress. With endless energy, Randy MC’ed the fashion show and presented USO couples with dreams honeymoons at Sandals destinations, topping off the evening by throwing the bouquet into the crowd. Randy brings his bridal expertise on the road in his new show Randy to the Rescue premiering tonight on TLC.

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