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The big moment that the local business community has been waiting for is here!
The 2013 Annual Saint Lucia Business Awards are on this weekend and, once again, LIME will be helping broadcast the event to viewers in Saint Lucia, St Vincent & the Grenadines, and around the globe.
LIME is a major sponsor of the awards, which are held annually and organized by the Saint Lucia Chamber of Commerce. This year’s awards presentation will be held at Sandals Grande on Saturday, January 26 from 7:30pm.
LIME will be using its DIA network to facilitate high-quality live broadcast of the welcome cocktail, the red carpet and awards ceremony, as well as the MediaZone interview spots. They will be broadcast live over Choice TV (channel 39 on the LIME TV network) to viewers in Saint Lucia and St Vincent & the Grenadines.
LIME is also providing the fibre connectivity at Sandals Grande along with the cable TV backbone that will allow Choice and MediaZone to get a signal from the awards venue to their Vide Boutielle location for onward transmission islandwide and throughout the world via their website.
This year’s awards evening, coming as it does at the conclusion of the annual Nobel Laureate Week, will celebrate exceptional and exemplary achievement across corporate Saint Lucia with an enhanced and innovative program format.
“The Chamber will be taking this milestone ceremony to new heights, to continue to reflect excellence in every aspect of the Saint Lucia Business Awards,” said Executive Director for the Saint Lucia Chamber of Commerce Industry and Agriculture, Brian Louisy. “As always, we are delighted to have LIME on board as a partner and we are grateful for their assistance in showcasing the awards evening to the world via live TV broadcasts and online,” Mr Louisy added.
“LIME is proud to partner with the Chamber for this year’s awards,” said LIME General Manager, Chris Williams. “We believe that the Saint Lucia Business Awards not only provide a fantastic platform to raise the profile and successes of local businesses, it also serves to emphasise the strength of Saint Lucia’s business community as they strive for excellence in the face of a challenging economic environment at home and abroad. For us, at LIME, it gives us pleasure to use our resources to promote Saint Lucia and the entrepreneurial spirit of local businesses to the world,” Mr Williams added.
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