Jamaica celebrates groundbreaking of hospitality training facility May 25, 2007 Share 1 -- SuperClubs offers 'No Hurricane Guarantee'SuperClubs again launched its No Hurricane Guarantee policy to coincide with the start of the six-month storm season on June 1. The policy offers guests reimbursement for the total value of disrupted nights if a hurricane strikes the resort. In addition, a voucher for a future stay will be issued for the same number of disrupted nights for use during the same month the following year, excluding air fare.For details, visit www.superclubs.com.Get More!As a service to our readers, TravelWeekly.com will be keeping track of the ever-growing list of hurricane insurance guarantees in one handy place and providing links to all of the stories posted. To view the information, click here.Ground has been broken at SuperClubs' Grand Lido Braco in Trelawny, Jamaica, for the construction of a training facility for Jamaican graduate students studying hospitality, business, administration and entertainment. The facility will be operated by the Heart Trust/NTA, Jamaica's human resources and training organization, and by the Recycling Inspiration, an international brand marketing company.The initiative, called the RI Fellows Exchange Program (RI-FEP), is seen as key to the destination's tourism industry, according to Aloun N'dombet Assamba, minister of tourism, entertainment and culture."The success of this program will be the success of Jamaica's hospitality industry," Assamba said.SuperClubs has committed to providing more than 300 job opportunities to students who complete the courses at the new facility.For destination details, visit www.visitjamaica.com. For SuperClubs, visit www.superclubs.com.To contact the reporter who wrote this article, send e-mail to Gay Nagle Myers at email@example.com.