LIME undertakes a $ 22,000 beautification project
LIME Dominica unveiled its beautification project on July 15th 2010 on the Goodwill/Roseau link road; a $22,000 project that the company says represents an act of cooperation between the company and the government and people of Dominica.
The project involved the planting of trees, brush and grass along the entire roadway with the installation of park benches opposite the riverside of the road.
Minister for Public Works and Public Utilities, Honourable Rayburn Blackmoore commended LIME for the project and challenged other companies to join the band wagon to aid in the development of Dominica’s economy.
Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit said that once the 2010/2011 budget is passed in parliament, Dominicans will see many other beautification projects get underway as he addressed the public.
Chief Executive Officer for LIME Caribbean, Mr David Shaw commented on the project, “we’ve made a commitment to the people of the region to be involved in the things that really matter to them. We’re here in the Caribbean for the long-term and everything we do will reflect our brand promise to build, connect and serve our communities. This project is for the benefit of the people of Dominica and we’re happy and honored to be part of it.”
Earlier on Thursday, July 15th 2010, LIME officials also met with their employees at the Arawak House of Culture in an exciting session dubbed ‘winning as one’, to renew employee focus and attention on the promise of excellent service.
The session culminated in a small luncheon on the project road just before the employees launched the community activity.