Charles F. Broome Memorial Primary School on Governmnet Hill, St. Michael, was a big winner in the Cave Shepherd Three Swipes for a Chance to win promotion which ran from June 25 to August 31.
The school’s victory was based on the number of entries from parents and guardians shopping for back to school supplies at Cave Shepherd.
Director, Card Services at Cave Shepherd, Alison Browne-Ellis, said the school won a computer package, inclusive of a desk-top computer and a colour printer.
In congratulating the school, Browne-Ellis said she hoped the teaching staff would use the new computer package to enhance the current school curriculum where students could gain some hands on experience with using the computer.
Meanwhile, Julia Edwards of North Wildey Terrace, St. Michael, was also a lucky winners in the promotion.
She walked away with her winnings of a laptop and printer and six months Internet service from Digicel.
Jamie Hilderbrandt of Productive Business Solutions told Barbados TODAY that her company contributed the Xerox Coloured Printer and the Desktop Printer to the school.
Stressing that great things can be done with meaningful partnerships, Browne-Ellis, said: “Out of great partnerships, come great things.” (NC)
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