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Courts relieves lucky customers of utility bills

Courts relieves lucky customers of utility bills

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23.NOV.07

Twenty-eight Courts customers have one less utility bill to worry about for an entire year. These lucky Courts customers were chosen from among those who shopped from October 22nd to October 26th, 2007; during Courts 28th Anniversary of Independence celebration and spent $99 or more.{{more}}

Winners were beaming with smiles and expressed how happy they are to have their pockets “ease from the squeeze” when they were informed. They further stressed their commitment to make Courts their one stop store for all their appliances, electronics & furniture needs.

Courts Marketing Executive, Alexis Harry said “This is our way of celebrating our lovely country’s 28th Independence anniversary. We are saying thank you to our loyal citizens. Also, this demonstrates how cognizant we are of what is happening in our environment. Our customers recently started paying more for water. We are extremely happy that we can help “ease the squeeze on our many valued customers pockets.”

Since customers in the Grenadines do not pay for pipe bourne water, winners from the Grenadines will have their electricity bills up to a maximum of $50 paid for one year.

Courts will start paying customers’ utility bills from the end of November 2007 until October 2008.

The customers who will have water bills paid for one year, up to $50 per month are: George Lewis of Rivulet, Errol Williams of Evesham Village, Gloria Browne of Campden Park, Grantly Daniel of Bridgetown, Doris Phillips of Green Hill, Stephanie Edwards of Carriere, Gail Alison Sutherland of Prospect, Maureen Charles of Campden Park, Ira Samuel of Barrouallie, Marlon Gibson of Campden Park, Shevonne Willams of Campden Park, Andy Noel of Belmont; Shawn Clarke of Lower Edinboro; Helen Annie Caruth of Montique, Mespo; C. Rosita King of Stoney Ground; Silta Peters of Belvedere Village; Mary M. Pierre of Petit Bordel; Valerie G. Bute of Upper Edinboro; Cerene Hamilton of Richhland Park

Customers from the Grenadines, who will have their electricity bills paid for one year, up to $50 per month are: Icilma Sargeant; Frankie Gurley; Ovid Horne; Psyche Ollivierre; Clyde Glynn; Ferdinand Friday; Aldric Farrell all from Bequia, Kerron Stewart of Union Island and Lucian Snagg of Canouan.

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