BTC is excited about the return of many cultural events including last week’s Long Island Regatta and Cat Island Rake and Scrape Festival.
BTC’s Senior Manager for Events & Sponsorships, Carole Barnett said: “We are happy to be back in the Family Islands building stronger bonds within the communities. The Long Island Regatta is an event that BTC has supported for many years, and we were happy to support them again.
Our sponsorships of these cultural events mean so much to us because we are intrinsically tied with the communities, we don’t just provide services, we have stores managed and serviced by natives from each island. BTC remains the only telecommunications provider to service the entire Bahamas with a complete suite of landline, internet, mobile and television services. We will continue to have a strong presence at our cultural events including the regattas, homecomings, and the Goombay Summer Festival.”
“These events allow our teams to move throughout the islands and connect with residential and business customers. For us, it’s much more than just closing a sale, but establishing long-term relationships. Leading up to the regatta, our Small and Medium Business team held a special mix and mingle for the business community.
We discussed their concerns and shared our smart solutions, which include super-fast speeds, mobile, and a fully customized website inclusive of an online store and cloud storage,” Barnett continued.
BTC had several offers including its home internet package which provides two months free for a limited time. Mobile offers were also available for existing and porting mobile customers.
In addition to the Long Island Regatta, BTC also supported the Fraternal Love Festival at Botanical Gardens and the Cat Island Rake and Scrape Festival held last week. The company also recently supported the National Family Island Regatta in Exuma and the Bahamas Masqueraders at the recent carnival road march.