NEW REALITY TV SERIES INCORPORATES THE BEST OF INDEPENDENCE PATRIOTISM AND CHRISTMAS CHEER

 

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The battle between Independence and #Christmas has been a long and controversial topic for #Barbadians since 1966, with Indepdence Day so close to the celebration of the birth of #Jesus – now one manufacturer has sought to combine both the patriotism of Barbados being its own country and the compassion of the Yuletide season in a TV reality series that starts next week and concludes shortly before Independence. From Blue Waters Studios, makers of the entrepreneurial “Bank On Me” TV series as well as the perennially popular cricket Drama “Hit For Six, ” still a top seller now direct to DVD, they have joined forces with the #Arawak Cement Plant to create “Home Sweet Home,” where a family from Belleplaine in St Andrew get their residence made over in time for the holidays. Juan Bedoya, the Marketing Manager of Arawak told the audience at the Small Business Association’s headquarters in Fontabelle this morning how this TV series allows an opportunity to share with generations oif Barbadians for years to come. Information Minister Senator Lucille Moe praised the programme for dovetailing with her own vision of increased local programming for Barbdos’ only television station in addition to providing the utmost gesture of corporate responsibility at the best time of the year. Deputy Chair of Caribbean Broadcasting Corporation, Dr Sharon Marshall, saw this TV series as a stepping stone for Barbados to lend itself as a film location and use of the growing talent base of not only actors, but production technicians as evidenced in the TV show’s drone’s eye perspectives in the camera angles used by Selwyne “Get Bizzy” Browne. Home Sweet Home features the the journey of the Green family in St Andrew where six people lived in a two bedroom house with dogs, fish and turtles. It’s set to air 8:30 each night on the 14th, 21st and its grand finale will be telecast on the 28th of this month, and was also produced with the help of Tony Brooks Architects, Town & Country Planning, Genesis Construction, Casa D interiors, Barbados Steel Works and Harris Paints among many others who saw the project right through to completion.

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The battle between Independence and Christmas has been a long and controversial topic for Barbadians since 1966, with Independence Day so close to the celebration of the birth of Jesus – now one manufacturer has sought to combine both the patriotism of Barbados being its own country and the compassion of the Yuletide season in a TV reality series that starts next week and concludes shortly before Independence.

From Blue Waters Studios, makers of the entrepreneurial "Bank On Me" TV series as well as the perennially popular cricket Drama "Hit For Six, " still a top seller now direct to DVD, they have joined forces with the Arawak Cement Plant to create "Home Sweet Home," where a family from Belleplaine in St Andrew get their residence made over in time for the holidays.

From Blue Waters Studios, makers of the entrepreneurial “Bank On Me” TV series as well as the perennially popular cricket Drama “Hit For Six,” still a top seller now direct to DVD, they have joined forces with the Arawak Cement Plant to create “Home Sweet Home,” where a family from Belleplaine in St Andrew get their residence made over in time for the holidays.

Juan Bedoya, the Marketing Manager of Arawak told the audience at the Small Business Association’s headquarters in Fontabelle this morning how this TV series allows an opportunity to share with generations oif Barbadians for years to come; –

Information Minister Senator Lucille Moe praised the programme for dovetailing with her own vision of increased local programming for Barbados’ only television station in addition to providing the utmost gesture of corporate responsibility at the best time of the year; –

Deputy Chair of Caribbean Broadcasting Corporation, Dr Sharon Marshall, saw this TV series as a stepping stone for Barbados to lend itself as a film location and use of the growing talent base of not only actors, but production technicians as evidenced in the TV show’s drone’s eye perspectives in the camera angles used by Selwyne “Get Bizzy” Browne; –

Home Sweet Home features the the journey of the Green family in St Andrew where six people lived in a two bedroom house with dogs, fish and turtles. It’s set to air 8:30 each night on the 14th, 21st and its grand finale will be telecast on the 28th of this month, and was also produced with the help of Tony Brooks Architects, Town & Country Planning, Genesis Construction, Casa D interiors, Barbados Steel Works and Harris Paints among many others who saw the project right through to completion.

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