September 30, 2016

GTT, Sign Arts on board for Roy Fredericks T20

Travor Harrichand, owner of Sign Arts presents to the President

Travor Harrichand, owner of Sign Arts presents to the President

Guyana Telephone Telegraph Company (GTT) and Sign Arts have joined the sponsorship team with contributions of $100,000 and $50,000 respectively for Roy Fredricks T20 tournament.
The entities also pledge to be present at Blairmont Estate ground on both days of the tournament which is slated for the March 19 and 20 to offer services, discounts and giveaways.

GTT's Hilton Wong presents a cheque to Blairmont President Shabeer Baksh

GTT’s Hilton Wong presents a cheque to Blairmont President Shabeer Baksh

Other attractions for the tournament will be a Domino and Volley Ball competition, Cartoon Characters, Ice Cream and air horns giveaway, tassa drumming, trampoline, bouncy castle, live commentary and one man band entertainment.
The two day event will see ten top teams tussling for supremacy namely Cotton Tree Die Hard, Young Warriors, Rose Hall Youth and Sports Club, Bath Underdogs, Blairmont Blazers, Skeldon Gladiators, West Berbice Super Kings, Black Bush Rangers, Bush Lot Strikers and Lusignan Emperors.
The fundraiser will look to address main concern of the club, covers for the pitch. Another club aim is to promote a Spelling Bee and a Math Quiz for grade 6 students in Region 5 to prepare them for the National Grade Six Assessment (NGSA) with the blessing of the Ministry of Education in the latter part of the year.Guyana Telephone Telegraph Company (GTT) and Sign Arts have joined the sponsorship team with contributions of $100,000 and $50,000 respectively for Roy Fredricks T20 tournament.
The entities also pledge to be present at Blairmont Estate ground on both days of the tournament which is slated for the March 19 and 20 to offer services, discounts and giveaways.
Other attractions for the tournament will be a Domino and Volley Ball competition, Cartoon Characters, Ice Cream and air horns giveaway, tassa drumming, trampoline, bouncy castle, live commentary and one man band entertainment.
The two day event will see ten top teams tussling for supremacy namely Cotton Tree Die Hard, Young Warriors, Rose Hall Youth and Sports Club, Bath Underdogs, Blairmont Blazers, Skeldon Gladiators, West Berbice Super Kings, Black Bush Rangers, Bush Lot Strikers and Lusignan Emperors.
The fundraiser will look to address main concern of the club, covers for the pitch. Another club aim is to promote a Spelling Bee and a Math Quiz for grade 6 students in Region 5 to prepare them for the National Grade Six Assessment (NGSA) with the blessing of the Ministry of Education in the latter part of the year.

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