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JACK TAR VILLAGE ADVERTISING LIES

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My fiance and I just came back from Jack Tar St Kitts last week. All of the advertising that we saw from both Allegro Resorts (who owns the place) and Apple Vacations (with whom we booked the trip) said that the place was ADULTS-ONLY. When we got there, the place was FULL OF KIDS, and there was nothing we could do about it at that time. We have now submitted a written complaint to both Allegro and Apple asking them for TRUTH IN ADVERTISING. Adults-only was important to us, and was one of the main reasons we chose the Jack Tar.

Please pass the info along to others. Until these promotional aspects are changed, others may have the same disappointing trip we did.

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