The Holetown Festival now in its 43rd year continues to receive support from Chefette Restaurants, the island’s local Restaurant chain. Since 1994 Chefette has been a proud sponsor of the Grand Floodlit Tattoo, a major attraction of the Festival.
Chairman of the Holetown Festival Committee, Sonia Thompson-Alleyne said “The Holetown Festival committee wants to take this opportunity to thank the Management of Chefette Restaurants for their continued support of the festival over the last 26 years. Especially their sponsorship of the Floodlit Tattoo. We do value your contribution and support and look forward to your continued support. We take this opportunity to wish you God’s continued Blessings on you, your staff, your family and may God grant you continued success with your businesses and the new ventures coming on board.
Chefette’s Advertising Manager, Lisa Carter said “We are happy to be partnering with the Holetown Festival committee to continue to support this great Festival which commemorates the first settlement in Barbados. We are also heartened that both tourists and locals come out to the various activities in their numbers; appreciating the variety of offerings in Arts and Crafts and local foods.”
The Chefette Tattoo Night will take place on the Trent’s playing field on Friday, February 21st at 8 p.m. Many Barbadians and tourists come out to witness this spectacular showpiece presented by the Royal Barbados Police Force Band, Mounted Troops, Police Cadets, and the Regional Police Training School.
Participants in the Tattoo will be treated to refreshments compliments of Chefette after their performance. In addition to sponsorship of the Tattoo Night, the local Restaurant chain will be providing Chefette food vouchers as give-away prizes during the week of activities as well as promotional items to the spectators on the night of the event.