Long-time Digicel customer wins birthday trip to St Maarten

Long-time Digicel customer wins birthday trip to St Maarten

Saturday, December 31, 2016

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"All a wi going to travel next year."

These were the prophetic words that Stacey Jowhill told her ten-year old son as he shared his hopes of travelling soon. Little did she know that she would be the fifth weekly winner of an all-expense paid vacation for two in Digicel’s ‘Get Gifted’ Christmas promotion.

Jowhill says that the unexpected prize was not only a great Christmas gift, but was also coming just in time for her 39th birthday. In addition to the airfare and accommodation for five days, Jowhill will also receive US$1,000 spending money, a DL1 Plus smartphone, and $5,000 credit to roam while abroad.

"Initially I was just planning to go on a beach trip with my kids to celebrate my birthday, but this vacation surprise is really wonderful!" exclaimed Jowhill. "This will be my first trip overseas and I’m very excited about it. I’m very happy that Digicel has done this for me."

The single mother, who resides at Innswood Village in St Catherine, said that she has been a Digicel customer since 2001.

"We’re very happy for Stacey and we wish her all the best for the new year," said Elon Parkinson, head of public relations at Digicel. "It’s always a pleasure when we’re able to create one-of-a-kind experiences for our customers and this time is no different. We know she will have a wonderful time in beautiful St Maarten and we hope she makes many new lifetime memories."

Digicel will next week select the final weekly winner in its ‘Get Gifted’ Christmas promotion. So far customers have won trips to Panama, St Lucia, Turks and Caicos, and Antigua. The promotion, which will end today, will see one winner of a seven-day all-expense paid cruise for two to the Cayman Islands, Honduras, Belize and Mexico, as well as US$1,000 spending money, a new smartphone, and credit to roam. There will also be two winners of $100,000 cash each.

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