The Ministry of Communities and the National Sports Commission has roped in Aliann Pompey as a Brand Ambassador for the Green Generation Guyana (3G) Movement.
Pompey, a four-time Olympian and former national 400m record holder was named a Brand Ambassador of the initiative on Friday at the National Track and Field Centre where the venue was declared a Litter Free Zone.
Public Relations Officer (PRO) of the Ministry, Danielle Campbell then gave an overview of the 3G initiative, noting that it is aimed at developing the beauty of Guyana.
Campbell also shared that Pompey’s role has been one of significance in terms of spreading the cause of their platform as well as contributing to the initiative in a number of ways.
Pompey a Commonwealth Games 400m gold medalist, disclosed that it was an “honour” to partner with the Ministry and the NSC on such a programme and encouraged all stakeholders to be a part of the campaign to “promote a beautiful Guyana”.
Meanwhile, Director of Sport, Christopher Jones also stated the significance of the occasion, reminding that Pompey’s annual Invitational meet always attracts sport tourism and it is “imperative” to keep Guyana clean.
Pompey is the fourth Ambassador for the campaign and the second athlete, after star golfer Christine Sukhram.
The posters will also be found at all national sporting facilities throughout Guyana.