January 18, 2008
Woman’s prayer swiftly answered with Courts car

18 JAN.08

She prayed that 2008 will be the year that she gets married, finishes her house, and serves God, and now through Courts, Wilma Adams-Browne can see the end of the rainbow on the first two of those goals.{{more}}

“I can’t be ungrateful to God. I have to give him my life. He has answered my prayers,” said Adams-Browne, as she spoke to SEARCHLIGHT a few days after she had received her brand new Suzuki Swift, as the second winner of Court’s car promotion.

Adams-Browne never thought that when she purchased a CD player and blender last November that her dreams were about to be realised, but they have.

She told SEARCHLIGJHT that when she was contacted by officials of Courts, she was told that someone was bringing something for her that her sister left for her.

However, before the Courts entourage could arrive at her home, the off and on road worker got a call from someone who had heard the draw for the car on radio.

“When I realise what it really was, that I won, I started to rejoice. I was so happy,” said the mother of three.

So now that the Lord has given her the money for her wedding, and to complete her house, when she gets the car sold that is, Adams-Browne said that she has no choice but to fulfill the third of these goals. She vows to serve him.

The draw for the car was held last Friday, January 11, at Courts Kingstown store.

Courts Marketing Executive, Alexis Harry-John, said, “We have once again demonstrated the importance of delivering value to our customers. The Suzuki Swift is one of many added values we have developed or created during the year 2007 to meet our customers’ expectations. We now look forward in 2008 to deliver many more super offerings to our valued customers”.

The first car was won by Rohan Providence of Green Hill.