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VP of BTC North updates Sunrise Rotary, Grand Bahama
By Bahamas Telecommunication Company (BTC)
Mar 4, 2017 - 7:38:33 AM

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Ferguson-Mackey Continues GB Meet and Greet Tour Pictured at GB Sunrise Rotary Meeting are (left to right) President of Grand Bahama Sunrise, Felix Bowe Jr. with Vice President of BTC North, Eldri Ferguson-Mackey, the first female to assume this lead role. Ferguson-Mackey and her entire management team attended the early morning meeting to discuss current BTC service upgrades and hurricane restoration efforts. Mackey recently arrived in Grand Bahama and has hit the ground running, attending Chamber events, meeting business persons and now speaking to Rotary and other active service organizations. (Photo courtesy of AAnderson)

Freeport, Bahamas - Newley appointed Vice President of BTC North, Eldri Ferguson-Mackey, made her first official Rotary appearance at the Sunrise club on Wednesday morning.  Greeting the members, Ferguson-Mackey brought her entire management team to give an update on BTC restoration efforts and supporting ’Service Above Self’ in giving back to the community.  As this club spearheaded many recovery efforts, each member received a free DONGLE device, which allows them to use tethering (internet access) with out pulling from their own phone data.  Many members of the club were affected by Hurricane Mathew and noted that the BTC service was a life line for them and their businesses.

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