“Stay Up with Digicel” not a replacement for Viagra – a chance to win $50,000 cash!

Johnny Ingle is the new CEO at Digicel Barbados, replacing Mark Linehan.

Ingle, who has a background in media, PR and communications consultancy, met with reporters at a launch for the Stay Up with Digicel summer promotion at Digicel's head office in Warrens.

Ingle, who has a background in media, PR and communications consultancy, met with reporters at a launch for the Stay Up with Digicel summer promotion at Digicel’s head office in Warrens.

Starting in Barbados two weeks ago, the new CEO said he’s not unfamiliar with Digicel, as part of the group for the last 7 years, with the most recent posting as CEO of Digicel St. Kitts & Nevis.

Ingle gave the reassurance, with assistance from core management and staff members, they’ll be steering the company through the current financial challenges Barbados faces during the coming months and years ahead.

The new CEO indicated it'll be his intention to promote the legacy of Digicel Barbados in providing products and services that are unbeatable. This, he said, also includes rendering assistance wherever and whenever possible to the various social, educational, sporting, cultural community and other beneficiaries and encouraging extraordinary outcomes among citizens at all levels of society.

The new CEO indicated it’ll be his intention to promote the legacy of Digicel Barbados in providing products and services that are unbeatable. This, he said, also includes rendering assistance wherever and whenever possible to the various social, educational, sporting, cultural community and other beneficiaries and encouraging extraordinary outcomes among citizens at all levels of society.

He also gave details of their new contest which is the company’s way of thanking customers who continue to use Digicel. As of 22nd July, random lucky customers have a chance at $5,000 every other week over the next ten weeks, with a grand prize of $50,000 in cash and not credit as a means of helping Barbadians cope with the tough economy…

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