Hawks Cay Resort in Islamorada. The resort suffered extensive damage from Hurricane Irma and has laid of 260 employees until it reopens in summer 2018.
Hawks Cay Resort in Islamorada. The resort suffered extensive damage from Hurricane Irma and has laid of 260 employees until it reopens in summer 2018. Hawks Cay Resort
Hawks Cay Resort in Islamorada. The resort suffered extensive damage from Hurricane Irma and has laid of 260 employees until it reopens in summer 2018. Hawks Cay Resort

Keys resort Hawks Cay lays off 260 employees due to devastation from Hurricane Irma

October 23, 2017 05:06 PM

UPDATED October 25, 2017 03:35 PM

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