June 12, 2015
LIME donates T-shirts to Minibus Association

As telecommunications provider LIME continues to reach out to the communities around St Vincent and the Grenadines, the company has partnered with the National Omni Bus Association (NOBA).

Last Friday, newly appointed general manager Wayne Hull presented NOBA members with LIME-branded polo shirts, which would help to identify them with the association.{{more}}

The T-shirts were received by NOBA president Anthony Bacchus and vice-president Julian Lyttle, who thanked Hull and his company for the supportive gesture, which would assist with upgrading the local transportation system.

Bacchus said the 80 members of the association have already been issued identification cards, and all have stickers identifying their omnibuses.

Hull pointed out that the donation of T-shirts to the association is just the start of what LIME intends to do to assist NOBA.

He said that it was LIME’s pleasure to assist the association, and that the move also helps LIME to be more involved in the various communities across St Vincent and the Grenadines.

Hull said that like NOBA, LIME does its part to service Vincentians across the length and breadth of St Vincent and the Grenadines.

The association was also reminded that they are now LIME ambassadors, and urged to continue to provide quality service to its customers.