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Merlyn Alcendor is the Grand Prize winner of $1,500.00 in Save A Lot “Most Wonderful Time of The Year” promotion.
The Save A Lot ran a promotion called “The Most Wonderful Time of the Year” from December 1st 2016 to January 8th 2017 giving customers a chance to win fabulous prizes weekly including, Gift Certificates valued at $300.00, Food Hampers, Microwave, a Washing Machine and the grand prize of $1,500.00 CASH. Every shopper at Save A Lot spending $100.00 or more qualified for a chance to win.
Lucky winners walked away with great prizes including Ms. Durand who won a brand new Maytag Washing Machine and Ms. Merlyn Alcendor the grand prize winner who walked away with $1,500.00 CASH. Save A Lot Health, Beauty and Household Goods Department Manager, Rosemary Thomas said that Save A Lot appreciates its customers and is always looking forward to giving back to them. A cash prize of this magnitude was a first for Save A Lot. Giving away $1,500.00 in January is a fantastic prize, as we know it means a lot to our customers. She further commented this year Save A Lot saw the most entries in its promotion which was a sure sign that customers valued and appreciated the prize offerings. Ms. Alcendor who won $1,500.00 said it is her first time being a winner in a prize competition and is happy that it is from Save A Lot as she is a frequent shopper at Save A Lot.
Save A Lot works diligently to provide the best service and value to its customers. We work hand in hand with its suppliers to ensure that the best quality products at affordable prices are available to all customers. Save A Lot also continuously invest in the store with periodic renovations to ensure the environment is one that allows customers to have a good shopping experience with proper lighting using LED lights, products properly packaged and displayed and quality service from friendly, knowledgably and courteous staff. In 2017 Save A Lot goal is to continue to provide the ultimate shopping experience to all its customers while building on its community outreach programs.
Save A Lot is locally owned by parent company Fine Foods Inc. Save A Lot opened in Roseau in May 2010 with a goal to bring international shopping experience to Dominica while offering customers the opportunity to save up to 40% daily.
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JCI DOMINICA LAUNCHES CAMPAIGN AGAINST LUPUS
Paying tribute to one of its former members
Roseau, Dominica – May 18 2017: Junior Chamber International (JCI) Dominica has joined the fight against the deadly lupus disease with the start of a campaign in honour of one of its own who succumbed to the illness in 2016.
Together with the Lupus Foundation of Dominica, organizations and individuals, JCI hosted its first “Lupus Walk in honour of Danika Hurtault” on May 06, to garner increased support for the cause. Participants called for a greater level of discourse about lupus, and action to fight it. At the end of the walk, they heard from lupus victims about the realities of living with the deadly disease.
“It’s pretty much a daily struggle and for a lot of us things that are normally easy for other people it’s not quite for us but on the other hand it’s not a matter of us (lupus warriors) just lying down and playing dead. We are here and we are fighting … very much like Danika did,” said Shoyea-Gaye Grant Massicotte, Vice President of the Lupus Foundation of Dominica.
JCI President Calvia Timothy said, “Lupus is a prevalent disease which many are still very ill-informed about and we realize the need to address that. Furthermore, our friend and fellow JCI member Danika Hurtault fought before she passed on and we truly want to carry on her fighting spirit by taking action against lupus.”
“The intention is to unite various sectors in this effort,” the JCI President stressed. Funds raised from the JCI lupus campaign go to the Lupus Foundation of Dominica.
SECTION OF SEGMENT 14 ON THE WAITUKUBULI NATIONAL TRAIL IS RE-ROUTED
The Waitukubuli National Trail Management Unit wishes to inform the general public that a section of Segment 14 from Douglas Bay to Cabrits has been temporarily re-routed due to ongoing construction at the Cabrits Resort Kempinski in Portsmouth.
Effective immediately, the route will continue onto the main road from the Douglas Bay area in Portsmouth, otherwise known as Belle Hall Beach, bypassing the previous trail alongside the beach. This route will continue straight in a southerly direction for a three-quarter mile and then proceed right onto the road which leads to Cabrits National Park near Monty’s Fish Grill & Bar. The route continues into the Cabrits National Park, ending near the Officer’s Quarters at Fort Shirley.
The Waitukubuli National Trail Management Unit thanks everyone for their understanding in this matter and apologizes for any inconveniences caused.
For further information about Dominica’s Waitukubuli National Trail, please contact the Waitukubuli National Trail Management Unit at (767) 440-6125. Visit us on our website at www.waitukubulitrail.com or on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.