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Barzeys are LIME’s newest competition winners

Mr. Joseph Cassell- LIME Country Manager

On Thursday, July 28, LIME’s Country Manager, Joseph Cassell presented winning prizes to Ronald & Catherine Barzey. Winners in two separate LIME promotions.

In a very brief presentation Cassell announced the Barzeys, firstly as winners in the competition, which celebrated World Telecommunications & Information Society Day – May 17, 2011; and secondly, in the competition to come up with a name for the new LIME Building earlier this month.

LIME Prize winners Ronald & Catherine Barzey

The winning name for the new building had to have ‘House’ attached which out of hundreds according to Cassell, ended up being ‘Heleconia House’. Manager Cassell said “…on behalf of the LIME team here in Montserrat and across the region I want to thank both of you for not only taking part in the various promotions but for being winners,”

The LIME manager used the opportunity to introduce the telecom company’s Summer/Back to school campaign. He also introduced new promotions and offers as he touted, “the Winners Circle Continues’ all that was necessary – apply for any new service/product.

Free entry into grand draw, Extra on already sweet broadband offer. “Try and Buy” plus.”Try & Buy for bandwidth upgrades. Hire purchase arrangements. Post-paid push. BlackBerry service. Bolt on plans and Talk 24 voice plan push.

The Barzey’s explained their choice of Heleconia to grab the winning place. After thanking LIME for the opportunity to compete and win both, Ron said “we wanted something that is patriotic and Montserratian, because Montserrat is here to stay.”

Ron said that he thinks when one is naming a building it should be something that is of substance and significant to the island. His winning entry was the submission of an old phone which he kept since residing in Cork Hill, expressing their joy to be the winners of two blackberrys. Cassell announded that the phone was inspite being over 30 years old, is still functionable

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Mr. Joseph Cassell- LIME Country Manager

On Thursday, July 28, LIME’s Country Manager, Joseph Cassell presented winning prizes to Ronald & Catherine Barzey. Winners in two separate LIME promotions.

In a very brief presentation Cassell announced the Barzeys, firstly as winners in the competition, which celebrated World Telecommunications & Information Society Day – May 17, 2011; and secondly, in the competition to come up with a name for the new LIME Building earlier this month.

LIME Prize winners Ronald & Catherine Barzey

The winning name for the new building had to have ‘House’ attached which out of hundreds according to Cassell, ended up being ‘Heleconia House’. Manager Cassell said “…on behalf of the LIME team here in Montserrat and across the region I want to thank both of you for not only taking part in the various promotions but for being winners,”

The LIME manager used the opportunity to introduce the telecom company’s Summer/Back to school campaign. He also introduced new promotions and offers as he touted, “the Winners Circle Continues’ all that was necessary – apply for any new service/product.

Free entry into grand draw, Extra on already sweet broadband offer. “Try and Buy” plus.”Try & Buy for bandwidth upgrades. Hire purchase arrangements. Post-paid push. BlackBerry service. Bolt on plans and Talk 24 voice plan push.

The Barzey’s explained their choice of Heleconia to grab the winning place. After thanking LIME for the opportunity to compete and win both, Ron said “we wanted something that is patriotic and Montserratian, because Montserrat is here to stay.”

Ron said that he thinks when one is naming a building it should be something that is of substance and significant to the island. His winning entry was the submission of an old phone which he kept since residing in Cork Hill, expressing their joy to be the winners of two blackberrys. Cassell announded that the phone was inspite being over 30 years old, is still functionable