21 Views 3 comments Tweet Share Share Share Sharing is caring! LocalNews Four win cash with Digicel by: – July 16, 2012 Digicel’s Sales and Marketing Manager, Nathalie Walsh (right) with Digicel’s top ranked winner, Clement Carty.Roseau, Dominica: Digicel, Dominica continues to wow its customers with innovative and exciting offers. Every month Digicel prepaid and postpaid customers are thrilled to participate in our monthly text to win promotion as a number of customers have won cash and lots of great prizes over the past couple months. During the month of June a great number of customers had fun texting the word ‘spin’ to 7171 for a chance to be one of four lucky customers to win $1000 cash plus a state of the art Samsung handset.Digicel’s Sales and Marketing Manager, Nathalie Walsh, with Jacqline St. Jean, one of the winners. Clement Carty of Goodwill for the third time is Digicel’s top ranked winner. Clement, one of Digicel’s top prepaid customer ensures that he tops up his phone frequently to text as often as possible to be the emerging winner in Digicel’s monthly text to win promotion. Clement walked away with a Samsung handset plus $1000 cash as his winning prizes for the month June. The other three lucky weekly winners of $1000 cash each are Kian Roberts of Goodwill, Jackline St. Jean of Penville and Denny Senhouse of Penville.Digicel’s Sales and Marketing Manager, Nathalie Walsh, said; “Digicel, Dominica’s Bigger, Better Network continues on its commitment to deliver the best value to its customers. We encourage our loyal customers this month to play the ‘Text to Win – Race to London’ game by texting ‘Olympic’ to 7171 for a chance to win an all-inclusive party for 20 at Krazy Koconuts plus two high end Samsung Handsets”.Press Release
The end of the year is approaching and this is the time when results are being summed up. The most watched football match in Bosnia and Herzegovina in 2015 was played on May 16th at the “Asim Ferhatović Hase” stadium. There were around 28,000 football fans at the largest Bosnian stadium on that day. Two of the greatest clubs in country, Željezničar and Sarajevo, were fighting for the championship. The duel was played as part of the 28th BHT Premier League.At the time, Sarajevo had a one point advantage and a triumph would almost certainly have secured them the championship title. In the end, the result was 0:0, which has been the most common result in the past decade.The atmosphere among spectators was great but the players did not meet the expectations. Sarajevo benefitted from the draw and retained their one point lead ahead of Željezničar.In the two remaining matches, Sarajevo defeated Vitez and Sloboda and won the championship for the first time since 2007. More than 25,000 spectators watched the deciding match between Sarajevo and Sloboda.