Blackman and Gollop Primary School receives developmental prize from Sol

The students of the Blackman and Gollop Primary School have been crowned the ‘Tennis Champions‘ of Sol’s recently concluded, punch card promotion. The school received a developmental prize compliments Sol, the leading supplier of energy products in the Caribbean.

Denise M. Mendes talking to tennis students about the Tennis Champions punch card

Denise M. Mendes talking to tennis students about the Tennis Champions punch card

The ‘Tennis Champions’ punch card promotion was designed to raise awareness for the Sol Primary Schools Tennis Programme. This on-going programme introduces primary school students to the sport of tennis and helps them develop their tennis skills. The ‘Tennis Champions’ punch card promotion was conducted throughout the three primary schools currently participating in the tennis programme. Those complexes would be The Blackman and Gollop Primary School, The Grantley Prescod Memorial Primary School and Luther Thorne Memorial Primary School.

Denise M. Mendes (SOL (BARBADOS) LTD.) presenting to Ms Olwin Walker (Principal)

Denise M. Mendes (SOL (BARBADOS) LTD.) presenting to Ms Olwin Walker (Principal)

The Blackman and Gollop Primary School claimed first place in the ‘Tennis Champions’ punch card promotion by collecting the most completed punch cards during the promotion period. The Grantley Prescod Memorial Primary School and Luther Thorne Memorial Primary School, placed second and third respectively.

Denise M. Mendes (Sales Executive – Retail, SOL (BARBADOS) LTD.), Jamal O’Neale (Physical Education Teacher, Blackman and Gollop), Shari Walters-Belgrave (Marketing Assistant, SOL (BARBADOS) LTD.), Ms Olwin Walker (Principal Blackman and Gollop), Margot Thomson (Barbados Tennis Association)

Denise M. Mendes (Sales Executive – Retail, SOL (BARBADOS) LTD.), Jamal O’Neale (Physical Education Teacher, Blackman and Gollop), Shari Walters-Belgrave (Marketing Assistant, SOL (BARBADOS) LTD.), Ms Olwin Walker (Principal Blackman and Gollop), Margot Thomson (Barbados Tennis Association)

Sales Executive at Sol Barbados Ltd., Denise Mendes, officially presented the developmental prize to Principal Olwin Walker on the school grounds on December 9, 2015. During the ceremony Mendes said, “Sol is appreciative of the support we have received for both the on-going tennis programme and this punch card promotion. We hope this prize will provide you with the assistance you require to complete any projects geared towards improving your institution.”

The second and third place winners will also receive developmental prizes from Sol to assist their institution with progressive initiatives. The energy company prides itself on being a community partner within the region, and is committed to youth and sport development within the 23 countries in which the company operates.

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