“I think leading by example is probably the best way that anybody can make an impact and make change happen…everybody out there can do something.”
– Shaun Majumder
Shaun Majumder is best known to Canadians through shows such as Just for Laughs, 24, Republic of Doyle, the Firm, and most notably, This hour has 22 minutes. But Shaun’s latest project, documented in the television series Majumder Manor, presents an inspiring side of the funnyman as he battles to build an eco-lux lodge in his hometown of Burlington, Newfoundland.
Growing up in rural Burlington, Shaun experienced a strong connected to the beautiful, rugged landscape. Though he’s since moved to Los Angeles, his connection remains unruffled – sparking Majumder Manor, with an aim to encourage sustainable economic business while positively impacting local tourism and agriculture in his beloved town.
Majumder Manor will be a 4-5 room, modern, upscale, fully sustainable, boutique Eco-lux Inn attracting travelers that want to experience breathtaking nature while connecting with the fishing and farming roots of the community.
Though the comedian’s sustainable society project is no doubt a big undertaking, he’s acquiring some new fans in the process!
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To get involved in the east coast initiative to bring tourism to Shaun’s home town visit The Gathering.
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