Courts reintroduces annual wish list initiative under the theme “What Matters Most!”

By Courts

(PRESS RELEASE) – The Caribbean’s leading retailer of top – brand Appliances, Furniture and Electronics products Courts; has announced plans to donate close to twenty thousand dollars’ worth of Courts products to the needy in time for Christmas.

The campaign dubbed “Courts Wish List” was officially launched in 2010 with one primary focus; providing direct assistance to those persons affected by Hurricane Tomas in Saint Lucia. More than thirty persons benefitted from the Courts Wish List venture that year, some receiving brand news stoves, fridges and sofa’s with the majority receiving beds and mattresses.

Due to the resounding success of the wish list initiative that year, the company made a decision to make the Wish List initiative an annual one; hosting similar ventures across the OECS where Courts operates. The Courts Wish List initiative is now a collaborative effort between Courts and the general public and is a true testament of the company’s commitment to Bringing Value Home.

Well Wishers across Saint Lucia are invited to participate in the wish list initiative by submitting nominations, on behalf of someone else, whom they believe to be in dire need of assistance from Courts this Christmas.

The deadline for nominations into the Courts Wishlist is Wednesday December 6th 2017. Once nominations are closed, a review and verification process will begin after which, selected well-wishers will be contacted.  A team comprising Courts employees will then make the highly anticipated trip to surprise the nominees in time for Christmas.

Interested well-wishers are reminded that nominations can also be submitted via email at [email protected], written requests may also be dropped off at any Courts branch.

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