Chefette Restaurants is the proud sponsor of the upcoming Grand Floodlit Tattoo which is scheduled to take place this Friday February 15th at the Trents playing Field, St. James from 8.00pm. From 1994 the local Restaurant Chain has been a sponsor of this popular event on the calendar of this national festival. This year the Holetown Festival committee celebrates the 42nd staging of the Grand Floodlit Tattoo.
Chairman of The Holetown Festival Committee Mrs Sonia Thompson-Alleyne said, “on behalf of the Committee, I would like to sincerely thank you for your continued sponsorship to the Grand FloodLit Tattoo and for providing the refreshments for the Police Officers each year. The Tattoo continues to be a success and is one of the major highlights of the Festival. We are grateful for your support, and we look forward to your continued involvement in the Festival.”
Chefette’s Marketing Officer; Marquest Clarke-Griffith, stated “We are pleased that our Company has been given the opportunity to support this great festival, by sponsoring the Grand Floodlit Tattoo once again. It is one of the highlights and a definite crowd pleaser during the festival. This partnership with the Holetown Festival has endured for over 25 years and reflects Chefette’s nature as a generous corporate citizen. The festival gives locals and visitors alike, an opportunity to enjoy a varied range of Local Arts, Crafts, and to truly experience our Culture.”
Patrons of the Grand Floodlit Tattoo will witness displays by the Royal Barbados Police Force Band, The Mounted Police and the Cadets of the Regional Police Training School. In addition to providing refreshments for the Tattoo participants, Chefette will distribute numerous promotional items & voucher giveaways to the patrons.