Barbados Yellow Pages uses Bar Scanning to highlight 150th Anniversary for Cultural Landmark of Barbados

{DATA COURTESYLoop Barbados} The Barbados Landship celebrates over 150 years of successful contributions to Barbados’ history in both credit union and culture – their inclusion on this year’s Yellow Pages Directory cover gives them the distinction of being the first association to be highlighted on the Directory which features a new, exciting interactive app on the cover.

Admiral Vernon Watson about to steer the Landship through complex maneuvers much to the delight of passing City visitors in lower Bridgetown.

Admiral Vernon Watson about to steer the Landship through complex maneuvers much to the delight of passing City visitors in lower Bridgetown.

When a reader scans the QR code, it immediately bursts into a thrilling dance from the Barbados Landship, it’s as if the phonebook cover comes alive. The app is compatible with iPhone, Blackberry and Google’s Android mobile operating systems.

Marketing Manager for Global Directories (Barbados), Mrs Pamela Roach presents a copy of the 2014/2015 Edition featuring the historic Landship to Admiral Vernon Watson at Jubilee Gardens on Lower Broad Street.

Marketing Manager for Global Directories (Barbados), Mrs Pamela Roach presents a copy of the 2014/2015 Edition featuring the historic Landship to Admiral Vernon Watson at Jubilee Gardens on Lower Broad Street.

Distributing the 2014-2015 Barbados Telephone Directory finished with a bang Saturday 1st November 2014, after an official presentation to the Director of the Barbados Landship Association, Admiral Vernon Watson and his crew gave Bridgetown customers, clients and visitors a taste of what his organisation does best – dance!

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