LIME, the Caribbean’s leading full-service telecommunications company is back as major sponsor of the 3rd annual ‘Groovin’ in the Park’ Concert to be held in Queens, New York on Sunday, June 30 and has partnered with Jamaica’s newest airline, Fly Jamaica, to give patrons a chance to win two free round trip tickets to Jamaica for topping up any LIME Prepaid mobile.
Fabian George, LIME’s Regional Manager of Diaspora Sales explained, “We never miss an opportunity to show the Caribbean people why we remain committed to the Region we have served for over 100 years. This collaboration with Fly Jamaica to connect one lucky patron with their loved ones in Jamaica or to visit the island is just another way we add value to the Groovin’ moments – filled with music, food and fun.”
Patrons who visit the LIME booth and top up their friends or loved ones’ phones in any of the 14 islands LIME operates with a minimum of US$5 will qualify to win the free travel.
Speaking about the innovative collaboration Roxanne Reece, Fly Jamaica’s Director of Marketing expressed, “We have partnered with LIME as we are both committed to connecting the Diaspora. LIME through mobile and other forms of communication and Fly Jamaica uniting people with their loved ones from our New York and Kingston gateways.”
“Grooving in the Park is the perfect setting that brings people together to enjoy music, food, friends and a good time which embodies the warmth of our Caribbean culture,” she added.
In addition to the attractive free travel offer at the LIME booth, some patrons will receive complimentary LIME merchandise as well as information about its products and services.
The promoters of Groovin’ are promising an even more unforgettable entertainment experience this year for the event which has become an important date on the social calendar for members of the Diaspora in the Tri-State area.
The historic event will feature headline acts; Patti Labelle, Tank, Ginuwine, Tyrese, Sanchez, Barrington Levy, Steel Pulse, Half Pint and Queen Ifrica.
Groovin’ is the largest Reggae and R&B festival of its kind in the Caribbean Diaspora.