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LIME Christmas Mission Roadshow takes over Sav

Thursday, December 12, 2013    

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SAVANNA-LA-MAR, Westmoreland — Savanna-la-Mar buzzed with excitement recently when the LIME Christmas Mission Roadshow rolled up at The Mannings School. Patrons were allowed to enter the show after topping up with $200 LIME Mobile credit.

The live performance of the event featured Konshens, Tosh and Sizzla.

The audience loved Konshens, who left the stage on two occasions to interact with his many fans. Miami-based singer, Tosh, also performed creditably, as she sought to grab and maintain the attention of the massive crowd throughout her performance.

Sizzla's performance was consistent, as he ripped the stage with lyrical songs that excited the crowd. Konshens and Tosh also performed their new hit single What a Time, which had the crowd going wild.

Telecommunications giant, LIME, gave away $100,000 in cash on spot through its money machine. This further excited the already exhilarated crowd.

Additionally, lucky patrons also went home with Konz876 shoes all courtesy of Konshens from his shoe line.

"LIME is all about giving back! From our newly renovated state-of-the-art store in Kingston and many more to come, to now all these roadshows, we really want to give our customers a wonderful experience when shopping with us, and give them an opportunity to win great prizes from now until Christmas," said Carlo Redwood VP of Marketing at LIME.

The LIME Christmas Mission started November 1 and will run to December 24, with $1 million in cash to be won.

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