Caribbean Airlines sponsors prize at independence festival in Canada

Caribbean Airlines (CA) sponsored the prize for the captain of the winning cricket team at last week’s Guyana Independence Festival and Trade and Tourism Exhibition at Centennial College (Progress Campus) in Toronto.

According to a press release from CA, the airline’s team members also took the opportunity to have direct interaction with customers and promote the airline’s brand, products and services offered.
The event brought together several government, tourism and trade agencies, all with the focus of addressing concerns of Guyanese in Canada.

Caribbean Airlines Sales Executive Nazie Mohammed (left) poses with Captain of the winning cricket team Roy Moosaie (centre) and Consul General of Guyana Sattie Sawh (right). Standing behind them is one of the commentators. (Photo courtesy of Caribbean Airlines)
Caribbean Airlines Sales Executive Nazie Mohammed (left) poses with Captain of the winning cricket team Roy Moosaie (centre) and Consul General of Guyana Sattie Sawh (right). Standing behind them is one of the commentators. (Photo courtesy of Caribbean Airlines)

In addition to the softball cricket, the event also saw a football match and dances by Katawau Dance Group, a group of young Amerindians from Guyana.

President Donald Ramotar and First Lady Deolatchmie Ramotar were in attendance.

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