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Lime Salutes JDF With Support Of Military Tattoo

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A major stakeholder in this years’ 50th anniversary celebrations, telecommunications company LIME has issued a salute to the hundreds of uniformed men and women that will take part in the  Jamaica Defence Force ( JDF) commemorative Military Tattoo scheduled for June 28 to July 1.

As official telecommunications partner for the event, LIME will provide technical and communication support services for the planning and execution of the event which involves extreme precision.

Grace Silvera, LIME Regional VP-Marketing & Corporate Communication said “it’s an honour for us as a truly Jamaican company to enable the military to stage what will be a prestigious and historic part of their fiftieth anniversary.”

“Like the JDF, we have proudly witnessed our progress as a nation and so we take this opportunity to salute a long-standing institution and part of our heritage which remains admired and revered today. We at LIME are all waiting with great anticipation for the spectacular display they have planned.”

In recognition of the twin celebration of Jamaica’s and their own golden anniversary, the JDF will stage the event under the theme “The First Five Decades: Precision, Pomp and Pagentry at the Polo Field at Up Park Camp. A chronological display of the growth and development of the military since 1962 will form the core background for the staging.

According to Brigadier Rocky Meade – Deputy Chief of Defence Staff, Jamaicans will experience a profound appreciation for the JDF when they witness the skill and precision on display.

 “The staging of this event is very special to us at the JDF and this fifth-ever staging of the Tattoo will be a national spectacle that will appropriately mark this significant celebration” he said.

Over 9000 spectators are expected to attend the event locally with millions more via broadcast. Patrons can also enjoy the ‘Tattoo Village’ that will complement the exciting performances planned.

LIME will be providing free Wi-Fi services as well as several other deals for patrons over the four day event.

The company will also be participating in several other events organized by both government and private entities to commemorate the Jamaica’s milestone 50th anniversary.

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