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Wednesday, Nov 25, 2020

CCT Continues To Spread Christmas Cheer

CCT Continues To Spread Christmas Cheer

On Friday, December 13, CCT's Marketing team presented gifts and eight mattresses to the residents of the Rainbow Children’s Home as part of the 12 Days of Christmas promotion.
Social Development Department’s Head of Family, Children and Protective Services Division, Ms. Laurel Freeman, said during the presentation, “We have been in need for new and extra mattresses and we thank CCT for making this a priority and stepping up to the plate.”

She added, “We are extremely appreciative for your support over the years with fulfilling the residents wish list and definitely adding cheer every year. I must also commend CCT for always reaching out to us first and not waiting for us to contact them.”

Commenting on the donation, CCT's Public Relations and Marketing Coordinator, Jerilee T. Hopkins said, “As part of our 12 Days of Christmas promotion aimed at gifting customers and giving back to the community, we found it quite fitting to grant the residents of the Rainbow Children’s Home wishes along with their needs.”

CCT’s 12 Days began on December 9th, kicking off with the gifting of an Amazon Gift Card and a Riteway Shopping Voucher to customers.

The next event during the 12 Days of Christmas will be held on Sunday, December 15 from 2:30 pm to 5 pm, in collaboration with the Cyril B. Romney Tortola Pier Park under the theme, ‘Gee Whiz it’s a CCT Christmas.’

The community will have the opportunity to play games and win prizes along with a special appearance by Santa presenting gifts to children.

Other days will include a visit to the Pediatric Wards to present gifts and turkey gift bags distribution with FSN. The promotion will wrap up with a $5,000 cash giveaway to a lucky customer.

Take advantage of in store promotions of 20% of all phones and LTE modems for $99 and you might be that lucky customer.

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