September 30, 2011
Aeropost, Digicel road trip a blast

A number of persons, including young children, were left smiling last Saturday as the Aeropost and Digicel road made its second stop in the community of Mesopotamia.{{more}}

The road show, which began on Saturday, September 17, is designed to bring some excitement and gifts to the various communities, while it also aims to inform persons of the services offered by Digicel and internet shopping company Aeropost.

Persons who visited the Aeropost and Digicel booths were entertained with music and giveaways that included magazines, free Aeropost membership, Digicel towels, caps, water bottles and discounted handsets. Children also received schools supplies, while persons who bought credit had it doubled.

Digicel’s cash vault (which is a big hit wherever it goes) allowed persons to walk away with free credit and data packages.

The event, which moves to the village of Layou tomorrow, Saturday, October 1st, will again be supervised by Marketing Manager at Digicel Juno DeRoche, Marekting Executive Justin John, and Customer Service Supervisor at Aeropost Donna Thomas-Allen.

Thomas-Allen says that Aeropost has joined hands with Digicel in an effort to get the public more aware of the services offered by Aeropost. Marketing Manager DeRoche said that the Digicel Aeropost collaboration is just another way in which the company seeks to reward its valued customers.

The first road show took place in Sandy Bay on September 17.