Grenadian Yvette Noel-Shure is the celebrated publicist behind superstars such as Beyoncé and Buju Banton, but she remains close to her birthplace which is why she is featured visiting Grenada on US cable TV.
Noel-Shure was the star in her own right when Tempo Networks spotlighted her Grenadian roots in a show titled Caribbean Dream. Tempo is based in New Jersey and broadcasts to millions across the Caribbean.
Caribbean Dream is a series that takes viewers behind the bright lights to show the journey of those who have forged successful careers in the diaspora.
Frederick Morton Jr, Tempo’s founder and CEO, said that Noel-Schure’s brilliant stories of growing up in Grenada inspired him and his staff and crew to create her homecoming to visit all the places and people that shaped her.
"As Tempo turns 15 this week, the joy of unveiling Yvette's amazing success story is even sweeter," he said. "Our kindred spirits meet in that beautiful place of unconditional love for the Caribbean and her amazing success story will undoubtedly motivate many to make their Caribbean dreams reality. Well Done, Yvette, well done.”
Noel-Schure’s life and journey from the Spice Isle to the top of the entertainment industry was the narrative.
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