St.Georges, GRENADA – LIME- the Caribbean’s leading full-service Telecommunications company, recently announced that it had concluded a deal to sponsor the Grenada-based SpeedZone Track & Field Club of Grenada.
The partnership will cover the club’s training equipment, uniform and gear needs and provide for the establishment of an educational environment at the club headquarters through the donation to the club of five computers, LIME Internet access and other LIME products and services.
SpeedZone is considered one of Grenada’s pre-eminent track and field clubs and has produced a significant number of the island’s track and field talent since its formation in 2005. The Club’s membership roster boasts rising 100m and 200m track stars Melika Lewis, Divon St. Paul and Ali McIntyre. SpeedZone also lists among its members the world’s fastest 400m sprinter, Kirani James who currently holds the 2010 NCAA and World Junior titles.
Speaking at the media briefing in St. Georges, Grenada, where the announcement was made, LIME’s Regional Head of Sponsorship, Sheldon Keens-Douglas commented that this sponsorship was just another initiative in LIME’s ongoing commitment to build, connect and serve our Caribbean communities.
Keens-Douglas used the occasion to disclose that LIME’s Title Sponsorship of the 2010 CARIFTA Games has now been extended through 2012 and that the company is looking forward with great anticipation to showcasing the region’s best athletic talent.
SpeedZone’s President, Jimmy Mathlin thanked LIME for its very timely and much needed assistance and commented that the club now sees itself as being a part of the LIME family.
LIME is the Caribbean’s leading telecommunications company, focused on building products and services that make Caribbean people’s lives better. LIME’s aim is to deliver the best communication services across the board, full stop. LIME is part of Cable & Wireless, one of the world’s leading international communications companies.