The company has installed twelve signs across the park that covers an array of necessary messages to patrons such as, “Do not litter”,“Welcome to Camerhogne Park”, “Keep Grenada Clean” among others.
After noting the need for general restoration, the initiative began in 2012 when LIME and the Government of Grenada agreed to collaborate on the refurbishment project.
Since then, LIME has installed a WiFi solution providing high speed internet access and installed the necessary signage in the park.
“We’re happy that we were able to provide this public gift, said LIME’s Marketing Manager, Kelly Rawlston Mitchell.
According to Mitchell, the installation of the signs “is just one of the ways in which our company displays our commitment to ensuring we give back to the general public in as many ways as possible”.
“Our $19 million upgrade does not only apply to our line of products and services, but also for upgrading our level of corporate social responsibility”, he added.