Digicel has awarded one lucky Cayman resident an all-expenses paid VIP trip to the first One Day International Cricket match featuring the West Indies vs. South Africa at Sabina Park, Kingston, Jamaica next May.
The winner, Vincent ‘Horace’ Grant, copped the grand prize trip at Vibe FM’s third anniversary party held at Fort Street in George Town 17 December.
The grand prize trip for two includes accommodation at the players’ hotel (Le Meridien Jamaica Pegasus), transportation to and from the airport, a chance to meet and greet players, seats at Sabina Park’s mound and a basket of cricket memorabilia, courtesy of Digicel, the new sponsor of the West Indies cricket team.
Digicel was the hosting sponsor of the Vibe FM anniversary party and thrilled the enthusiastic crowd with a number of prizes and giveaways including 1,000 Digicel limited edition West Indies cricket jerseys, Sony Discman CD players, state-of-the-art GSM phones, and a BMX bike.
‘Digicel was pleased to partner with VIBE to celebrate its third anniversary as one of Grand Cayman’s popular radio stations and to assist through this event, in bringing Christmas cheer to thousands of residents,’ noted Digicel’s Marketing Communications Manager, Tina Trumbach.
Winners of a Samsung X450 colour flip phone and Nokia 6230 camera phone with video recorder and player were Robert Bartley and Ansel Dobson respectively.
Partygoers Wendy Powery, Sheryl James, Laura Puerto, Chris McLaughlin and Cassandra David took home Sony Discman CD players and Melaalyn Warren received a BMX bike.
Vibe FM’s slate of six DJs – Neil Sam, Steven King, Jazzy B, Alic and Docta – and MCs Banny and Deon Mattis provided lively entertainment for the enthusiastic crowd.
Since its launch in 2001, Digicel has become the fastest growing mobile telecommunications operator in the Caribbean. In three years Digicel has become renowned for competitive rates, unbeatable coverage, a wide variety of products and services and state-of-the-art handsets.
By offering innovative mobile services and community support, Digicel has become a leading brand in the Caribbean and has placed the region at the cutting edge of mobile communications.
Digicel operates in seven countries including Aruba, Barbados, the Cayman Islands, Grenada, Jamaica, St. Lucia, St. Vincent and the Grenadines. It is the largest GSM mobile operator in the region and plans to extend their footprint into other Caribbean countries.
Digicel is headquartered in Kingston, Jamaica, and has approximately 900 employees. The company is the lead sponsor of Caribbean sports teams including, the West Indies Cricket Team, Special Olympics teams across the Caribbean and is title sponsor of the Digicel Caribbean Football Union Cup, which involves over 30 Caribbean countries and is an important qualifier towards the CONCACAF Gold Cup.