Friday , July 1 2022

UTS supports Saba Carnival

UTS has put it’s support behind the 2014 summer festivities on Saba and St. ‎Eustatius. In Saba the company made a donation to the Saba Cultural Foundation, which organizes the yearly festivities on the island.

UTS Marketing and Communication Officer, Ivy Lambert, presenting the company's contribution to Saba Cultural Foundation President, Dave Levenstone. In background, the Jolly Boys and The Mighty Sparrow warming up for a legendary performance. (Photo St. Martin News Network)
UTS Marketing and Communication Officer, Ivy Lambert, presenting the company’s contribution to Saba Cultural Foundation President, Dave Levenstone. In background, the Jolly Boys and The Mighty Sparrow warming up for a legendary performance.
(Photo St. Martin News Network)

While the company’s support assists the foundation’s activities on a whole, the Tuesday evening show, headlining the Mighty Sparrow was dubbed the Chippie night, bringing out quite a crowd to see the calypso veteran perform live on stage. ‘Chippie is celebrating its 10th year of operations in Saba and we are very thankful to the community that we have been able to serve them for the past10 years.’ says UTS Marketing and Communication Officer, Ivy Lambert. ‘We plan to keep the momentum going with specific promotions and offers to commemorate our milestone.’ Lambert continues.

 

Single mothers take centre stage at Carnival
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