BUSINESS BYTE: Text to win and get a chance to meet Tarrus Riley

Tarrus Riley

Digicel Dominica Limited, headline sponsor of the annual World Creole Music Festival this year celebrates ‘Sweet Sixteen’ with an exciting and fun text to win promotion to meet with Tarrus Riley up close.

Every month, Digicel customers look forward to winning great prizes in our monthly text to win promotions. During the month of October surrounding the spectacular World Creole Music Festival event Digicel’s prepaid and postpaid customers will text the word “Meet” to 7171 for a chance to meet the Jamaican Reggae artists Tarrus Riley up close at Fort Young Hotel on Saturday 27th October. In addition, to meeting the star, each winner will receive WCMF complimentary tickets, $100 FREE credit and gift packs from Digicel.

“The promotion is simple, exciting and very rewarding! The offer applies to all Digicel customers, so go ahead simply text the word “Meet” to 7171 for your chance to be part of a glorious and memorable time with Tarrus Riley. Every week 3 lucky winners will be chosen to be part of this extravagant meet and greet event on October 27th, said Sales & Marketing Manager, Nathalie Walsh.

Mrs Walsh, continued to encourage Digicel customers to embrace and support Dominica’s culture and she looks forward to see thousands of Dominicans both home and abroad and visitors alike at this year’s 16th annual World Creole Music Festival.

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