LIME, Barbados’ leading telecommunications provider, has once again thrown its full support behind Gospelfest.
The annual festival, which celebrates Christian values through music and dance, got under way last weekend with a thanksgiving service at Bethel Pentecostal Church in Drax Hall, St George.
“Gospelfest has served our community well for more than two decades, and we must therefore acknowledge the tremendous efforts made by the organizers in transforming this event into one of the premier showcases for Christian music and the arts in the Caribbean,” said Marilyn Sealy, LIME’s corporate communications and public relations manager.
“These partnerships afford us the opportunity to impact mass audiences at every level in our society, which in turn allows us to make good on our promise of improving the communities we serve and we are very excited to see what the event has in store this year.”
Gospelfest producer Adrian Agard thanked LIME for the company’s continuous support.
“Gospelfest will continue to promote the intrinsic Christian values upon which Barbados is founded,” he said.
“We will also continue to promote a return to those values in the face of much unrest in our society today and we are pleased to have a corporate entity such as LIME supporting this cause. We would love to see more of the local corporate sector active in the same way.”
Activities for Gospelfest conclude this weekend with the highly anticipated LIME One Awesome Day concert at the Farley Hill National Park, featuring several international, regional and local acts.