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CCT BVI has rolled out their April Appreciation promotion in celebration of 33 years of service expressing appreciation and gratitude to their customers. CCT’s Marketing Manager, Mr. Recaldo Richardson stated that, “The company remains committed to our customers. “We began in 1986 as CCT Boatphone providing tourists with radio boat phones, and later rebranded to CCT Global Communications expanding to mobile telecommunications,” he explained.
CCT’s annual Hero Challenge wrapped up last Friday, December 21st, at Captain Mulligan’s, presenting Mr. Carlos Cruickshank with a cheque valued at $5,000 for completing a series of challenges with the best time of six minutes and fifty-three seconds against other participants.
CCT’s Marketing Manager Recaldo Richardson explained that CCT will continue to engage with their customers in exciting ways and entertain them.
CCT’s promotion ‘Win a free ticket trip to St. Kitts’ wrapped up yesterday, Thursday, November 1st, at CCT’s Flagship where Ms. Tahirah Warner won a travel voucher to St. Kitts.
Winners and participants of CCT’s Back to School
Challenge were awarded yesterday, Tuesday, September 11, with cash prizes.
CCT’s Marketing Manager Recaldo Richardson while making the presentation said,
“We were extremely impressed with the swiftness and eagerness of participants to complete
and submit their task cards to move onto the next level. The challenge comprised of four
challenge task cards with 20 tasks on each card totaling 80 tasks.”
CCT’s Back to School campaign, held territory wide, wrapped up on Friday, August 31 on Jost Van Dyke.
The two-week long Back to School campaign hosted a distribution drive on Tortola, Virgin Gorda, Anegada, and Jost Van Dyke along with presentations to the Rainbow Children’s Home and the Youth Empowerment Programme, successfully distributing over 1,000 backpacks and school supplies to the children in the BVI.
CCT's Back to School Drive held on Virgin Gorda today, Sunday, August 26, residents expressed appreciation and gratitude to receive backpacks and school supplies.
CCT’s Back to School Drive on Tortola held today, Saturday, August 25, was a deemed a success with hundreds of children in attendance receiving backpacks and school supplies.
CCT’s Public Relations and Marketing Coordinator, Jerilee T. Hopkins said that, “Today’s turnout was huge and it was a great feeling assisting families to ensure that their children are one step closer to being equipped for the start of the school year.”
On Wednesday, August 22, CCT’s Marketing team presentedthe children of the non-profit Youth Empowerment Programme (YEP) with backpacks, school supplies and ended the day with a basketball game challenging a few of the students at a one on one.
Commenting on the presentation, YEP Executive Director Mr. Stacy Mather said, “We are grateful to receive these back to school supplies for the children and we appreciate CCT being a long term supporter of YEP in many ways including donations.”
CCT BVI invites students territory wide to attend a Back to School Drive between the dates of August 25th to 31st. The schedule is as follows: