Digicel helps Couples Resorts raise US$30,000 for Bahamas relief efforts


Digicel helps Couples Resorts raise US$30,000 for Bahamas relief efforts

Saturday, October 19, 2019

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Digicel representatives Key Account Manager Olivia Tate (left), Corporate Sales Manager Ricky Purkiss (second left), and director of sales and distribution and golfer Delroy Anderson (right), congratulate Montego Bay businessman Richard White (centre), and CEO of Couples Resorts Glenn Lawrence. Both participants won Samsung smartphones for their outstanding performances on the 18-hole course. Lawrence said, “This is our 13th year, and from day one when we approached Digicel, who are also our corporate mobile provider, they said 'yes', and they've never shirked their responsibilities in being good corporate citizens.” In addition to offering free calls for customers to reach loved ones in The Bahamas affected by Hurricane Dorian, Digicel was headline sponsor of the 2019 Couple Resorts Charity Golf Tournament held recently at Negril Hills Golf Club. The tournament was staged to raise funds for the hurricane-ravaged islands.

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