Cable Bahamas wasted no time in providing support to those residents most impacted by the ravages of Hurricane Irma.
Bahamian food, dance, music and art took centre stage on Saturday when the Tru-Tru Bahamian Festival descended on the Buena Vista Estate in Downtown Nassau. Hosted by the Bahamas Hotel & Tourism Association (BHTA) and the Ministry of Tourism, the cultural festival showed attendees what being a “tru tru” Bahamian really means.
Hurricane Matthew may have hampered Bahamian Chef Sheldon Sweeting's preparation for the 2016 Culinary Olympics in Erfurt, Germany, but the challenges brought on by the category four hurricane were not enough to stop the top chef from receiving silver and bronze honours at the epic culinary showdown.
Cable Bahamas teams have been working at a fever pitch to restore services to customers affected by Hurricane Matthew, and announced today that full network restoration has been achieved for those on New Providence.
In a move to help Grand Bahamians who have suffered so much devastation in the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew get connected to family, friends and loved ones, Cable Bahamas has activated a free WiFi hotspot at its main office on East Atlantic Drive in Freeport.
REV announced that it will serve as a primary sponsor for the 2016 Shakespeare in Paradise Theatre Festival, continuing its tradition of supporting the event since its inception.
The theatre festival runs from Monday September 26 to Saturday, October 8 with two productions hitting the main stage and three taking the Black Box stage at The Dundas Centre for the Performing Arts.
Now in its eighth year, Shakespeare in Paradise has become a calendar event for fans of live theatre who enjoy William Shakespeare’s works and the best in Caribbean, African, American and world theatre.
REV has partnered with Nassau-based charity BreAnn's Care Closet to help make this back-to-school season more manageable for families in Acklins. For its part, the telecommunications company made a generous donation to BreAnn's Care Closet to purchase uniforms for students on the island.
Cable Bahamas Limited will be holding a public town hall meeting to discuss the erection of an electronic communications tower. All interested residents are invited to attend.
Parents got an opportunity to save on some essential school supplies this month thanks to a REV back-to-school giveaway on Friday, September 2.
Keeping with the company's tradition of giving back at the start of the school year, REV representatives were on hand at the REV Store at the Mall at Marathon from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. on September 2 to donate backpacks, books, rulers, pencils and treats to children in attendance.
With the start of the new school year, REV is stepping up to help make the return a little easier for students at the Ranfurly Home for Children. Company representatives visited the Ranfurly Home on Friday, September 2, to make a special donation of new school supplies to the 25 young residents.