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BTC continues to serve the community
By Indira Collie, Bahamas Telecommunications Company
Apr 11, 2018 - 1:19:26 PM

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Photos l to r show: Little Carter Major at the BTC booth; Photo 2: BTC’s Kyle Wilson along with a Rotary Volunteer

Company Teams Up with the Red Cross

Nassau, The Bahamas - BTC and the Bahamas Red Cross share a history of caring for and serving the Bahamian community for generations. The Red Cross Fair is one of the largest and most attended events in the country. Last weekend, both entities teamed up to ensure that the event was a successful one. Director General, Caroline Turnquest said, “This year’s theme was “It’s a Youth Vibe. This is one of our larger fundraisers, and it is critical for us to be successful, so that we can provide for those in need.” Manager for Public Relations, Indira Collie said “BTC was proud to support the Red Cross’s 77th fair last weekend. It’s a known spot to reconnect with friends and we were happy to be a part of it.”

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BTC team members Wonna Noel and Kyle Wilson at the sales booth


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