Sugar Ridge founder and Wellness advocate Aidan McCauley, maintains a strong position as one of five finalists in the Caribbean Tourism Organization’s Wellness Ambassador of the Year Award.
As the contest enters the homestretch, McCauley has expressed sincere gratitude for the outpouring of endorsements, community support
However, he continues to appeal for even more votes to secure his victory. If he wins, he will be the first Antiguan recipient of the award. This would be a significant recognition, not only for McCauley’s commitment to
Since the hotel’s inception more than 9 years ago, McCauley and Sugar Ridge continue to support a variety of wellness initiatives throughout Antigua and Barbuda. This includes the Friends of the Care Project, a local care facility for children with severe mental and physical disabilities that are often left abandoned, and Fit4Life, a new charity that will be aimed at helping fight childhood obesity on Antigua.
McCauley also supports wellness in his community by providing SAP FC, a football team in Bolans, with uniforms, gear, and funds necessary to compete
As the contest comes to an end, McCauley would like to appeal for even more support, as every vote gets him closer to winning this prestigious award on behalf of Antigua and Barbuda.
Votes can be cast for McCauley here.