Harry Strachan Taxi DriverSelf EmployedNassau & Paradise Island
- This nominees started in the hotel industry serving the likes of Sir Lynden Pindling, Martin Luther King Jr among others
Harry Strachan has been the unofficial ambassador of The Bahamas in the transportation sector for many years. However, his career in the tourism industry began in 1957 when he worked at the Emerald Beach Hotel serving noted names like Sir Lynden Pindling, Sir Stafford Sands, Martin Luther King Jr. and Aretha Franklin just to name a few. After leaving the hotel industry in the 1980s, he became a taxi driver. He served in the Bahamas Taxi Union in a number of capacities including vice president and trustee under the leadership of Pat Gomez and Oswald Nixon. Mr. Nixon said, “Harry has always served with excellence, dedication and integrity.” Harry has contributed 32 years of service to the Tourism industry and continues to drive today.