Park Hill’s turn for Digicel goodies
October 7, 2011

Park Hill’s turn for Digicel goodies

Tomorrow, Saturday, October 8, residents of Park Hill can expect fun, excitement and free gifts as the fourth installment of the Aeropost Digicel Road Show sets up shop in their community.{{more}}

Beginning at 2:00 p.m., persons will have the opportunity to sign up with Aeropost free of cost, while Digicel’s cash vault will afford persons the opportunity to win prizes, which include credit, handsets and data packages.

According to Customer Service Supervisor at Aeropost, Donna Thomas-Allen, the road show which began on Saturday, September 17, in Sandy Bay, is designed to bring a bit of excitement and gifts to the various communities, while it also has the aim of informing persons of the services offered by Digicel and Internet shopping company Aeropost.

Last Saturday, October 1, Marketing Manager at Digicel Juno DeRoche, speaking from the road show’s third stop in Layou, said that persons who visit the Aeropost and Digicel booths are usually entertained with music and giveaways that included magazines, free Aeropost membership, Digicel towels, caps, water bottles and discounted handsets. DeRoche said that Digicel also gives away numerous school supplies to children, while persons who buy credit get double top up.

“Come out in Park Hill tomorrow and get treated with free gifts” encouraged DeRoche, who added that the collaboration between Digicel and Aeropost is an effort to get the public more aware of the services offered by both companies as well as giving back something to loyal customers.

“We could not survive without our customers, so it’s good that at times we can give something back,” said DeRoche.