Telecommunications provider, Digicel, is promising yet another fun filled Spice Mas 2012.
The company last week Friday gave details of its involvement in the 2012 festivities during a press launch at its Headquarters at Point Salines.
Digicel is again partnering with Westerhall Rum and Flow for the third consecutive year for Monday Night Mas, J’ouvert and Fancy Mas.
The Digicel-Flow partnership enables Pay Per View, which provide customers who choose to or cannot attend the various major shows the luxury of enjoying them at home.
Digicel will also continue to be a main sponsor for several carnival activities such as the controversial White in the Moonlight.
Marketing Manager Kirk Seetahal said that the stakeholders are still engaged in discussions which could be reached this week to determine whether or not the event that is scheduled for Carnival Saturday night at Moonlight City, La Potrie, St Andrew will be allowed to proceed as planned.
Digicel also provides sponsorship to Helen Marie & Associates (fancy mas) and Summer Crew and Digicel Florida All Stars Steel Band, Ten to Ten, D Real Jab Jab band, Spice Basket Calypso-rama tent and St Andrews Carnival Queen Show.
This year, the company’s will be bringing out “JAB by DAY, JAB by NIGHT”, a $75. 00 package for Monday Night Mas.
The package includes a quality T-shirt: various styles, jab jab helmets, Flow water bottle, glow pitch forks or axe & necklace, waterproof pouch, bandanna, $5 Top Up Card, unlimited drinks, prizes and additional lights on the night.
Country Manager, Patricia Maher said that Digicel has been and continue to be a proud sponsor of Grenada’s Carnival even before the company officially opened its door to the public in 2003.
In light of Digicel’s need to satisfy its customers, the company announced its Spice Mas offer to locals and visitors alike. Digicel assured its customers that “with Digicel you’re covered for Carnival”.
Summer Crew Mas Band, bandleader Bobby Steele, was on hand with eight models displaying eight sections of his band that will hit the streets of St George for Spice Mas 2012.
Steele told the media that the assistance received from Digicel allows other mas bands in the country to access the Government of Grenada’s annual subvention to stakeholders.
Steele is one of the key people involved in the introduction of a shuttle from Trinidad and Tobago that will bring scores of revelers from the neighbouring islands to play mas with Summer Crew.
Steele said Summer Crew revelers would enjoy premium drinks and that at night the costumes will light up for partying.