Caribbean network teams up with LIAT – The Caribbean Airline
The pan-Caribbean media and entertainment network, TEMPO, is teaming up with regional airline LIAT to offer selected Caribbean travelers free trips to St. Maarten for the network’s seventh anniversary celebrations from November 25 to December 1, 2012.
Until November 14, 2012, lucky travelers will have a chance to “Win a TEMPO Trip” along with a guest of their choice to participate in the “TEMPO Turns 7” week long anniversary celebrations, featuring top local, regional and international entertainers.
“We are announcing the artist line-up shortly and as usual it will assure a memorable celebration with some of the top stars in the music business,” said Frederick A. Morton, Jr., Founder, Chairman and CEO of TEMPO Networks.
“And we are pleased to deepen our extraordinary partnership with LIAT to offer Caribbean travelers a chance to come celebrate with us,” he added.
To enter, visitors can log onto www.gottempo.com/tt7, click on the “Win a Trip” banner and answer three simple questions about their island home, TEMPO Networks, and how they heard about the promotion.
Two winners and their guests will receive a three-day, two night stay, including airline tickets, hotel accommodations, meals and concert admission. They will also be featured on television for the reality series “My TEMPO Trip”. A third winner and guest from St. Maarten will receive a free vacation to any Caribbean island within the LIAT network.
“It is our duty to facilitate affordable, convenient and hassle-free travel throughout the Caribbean,” asserted Captain Ian Brunton, LIAT’s chief executive officer.
Captain Brunton averred LIAT’s partnership with TEMPO helped promote its aims of easier travel throughout the Caribbean: “We congratulate TEMPO on seven years of Caribbean programming and look forward to strengthening our partnership into the future.”
The anniversary celebrations revolve around destination St. Maarten, and include a number of cultural activities and concerts from November 25 to December 1, 2012.