Digicel Supports the 2010 Royal St. Kitts Golf Open
LR Lee Bailey – VP Royal St. Kitts Golf Club and Sharez Laws – Marketing Manager Digicel St. Kitts and Nevis
ST. KITTS (May 21, 2010) – The Bigger, Better Network, stamped its commitment to Royal St. Kitts Golf Club for the 5th consecutive year with a sponsorship contribution of ten thousand dollars ($10,000).
At a press conference held this morning at the Royal St. Kitts Golf Club grounds, the organized thanked the sponsors for once again coming on board to assist with this weekend activities, especially given the current economic circumstances.
Marketing Manager – Sharez Laws remarked, “Digicel is delighted to have the opportunity to partner with the organizers and Johnnie Walker to present, “The 2010 Johnnie Walker St. Kitts Open.” Professionalism, discipline and skill are all the qualities it takes to be a good golfer. These qualities are also representative of what makes Digicel, The Bigger, Better Network.
This partnership reinforces Digicel’s commitment to fulfilling our corporate responsibility in providing support for the development of the people of the federation in the various endeavours, whether they are cultural, sporting or educational.
Every year we sponsor a player to give them an opportunity they may not necessarily have. We are once again delighted to sponsor Charles Blake, we wish him the best of luck and we know he will do us proud on the course.”
Vice President of the Royal St. Kitts Golf Club – Mr. Lee Bailey said, “Thank you to Digicel The Bigger, Better Network, they truly are the Bigger, Better Network because their consistency and quality of service. We also believe that we emulate such qualities by providing consistency with the rules and regulations and Quality on the course through the management and staff here at the Royal St. Kitts Golf Club.
Digicel’s Marketing Manager, Sharez Laws also wished the representatives from the various visiting Caribbean countries including those from St. Kitts and Nevis, the best of luck on the course. She also encouraged them to enjoy and embrace some of Sugar City’s hospitality while visiting the island.