The company conducted a full weekend of activities commencing with their sponsorship of the Kiddies Carnival band of the L’Esterre RC School.
“The students, teachers and parents all had their LIME bandannas and thunder sticks” remarked Dexter Lendore – Manager of Carriacou Operations at LIME.
“You could see they were enjoying themselves for the duration of the event. We’re always happy to provide support to events that involve Carriacou’s youth”, he remarked.
For a second consecutive year, LIME partnered with the number one rum Clark’s Court from the Grenada Distillers – to bring their J’ouvert band entitled “Rum, Lemon and LIME”.
The band which consisted of approximately 100 participants coloured the streets in lime green with the taste of Clark’s Courts’ “Rum Lemon”.
LIME was happy to again continue the partnership to bring overwhelming value to Carriacou’s J’ouvert.
Commenting on the partnership, Sales Supervisor at the Grenada Distillers, Kira Bailey said, “The Grenada Distillers was pleased to partner with LIME for another year of Carriacou Carnival. Like last year, we teamed up for a successful J’ouvert event. It is our intention to continue to invest in the development of Carnival in Carriacou as well as to strengthen our partnership with LIME.”
The LIME team took to the streets once again to bring the biggest band on Monday Night.
Appropriately themed “Upgrading D Mas”, the company partnered with Presidente beer from Independence Agencies Limited to illuminate the streets of Hillsborough with lit mohawks and fibre wands.
When reminiscing on the company’s involvement, Marketing Manager, Kelly Mitchell exclaimed, “There’s no doubt that our Monday Night Mas band was one of our best in Carriacou. We always ensure that our revellers get the absolute best value in our packages. Not only did they receive all the usual Monday night items, but each package also included a $5 top-up card for their personal use.”
Despite economic hardship across the tri-island state, LIME remains committed to sports, youth and culture.
The company also recently concluded their Independence Promotion which saw forty-one (41) customers receiving prizes varying from handsets, tablets, speakers and other branded items.
“As a good corporate citizen, it is our duty to ensure that we do not only provide the best in telecommunications, but also to provide support to all aspects of Grenada’s culture and heritage” remarked General Manager Ag., Lorraine Mitchell.
“We will continue to do our best to ensure we abide by our mission statement, to develop communities across Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique”, she said.