Caribbean Airlines launched the 2023 "Welcome Home" campaign in Barbados with a huge celebration and performances of the much-anticipated artists.
Caribbean: Caribbean Airlines launched the 2023 “Welcome Home” campaign in Barbados with a huge celebration and performances of the much-anticipated artists. The campaign will help to increase the connectivity of Barbados to the entire region.
Caribbean Airlines took to Facebook and shared glimpses of the event held at the Copacabana Beach Club in Bridgetown.
Caribbean Airlines 2023 ‘Welcome Home’ campaign in partnership with the Barbados Tourism Authority brought high energy, culture, creativity and connectivity to Barbados when the team headed to the Copacabana Beach Club in Bridgetown to celebrate in true Bajan style.
On the 4th stop of the campaign launch, guests enjoyed the festive vibes with live performances by locals Michael “MIKEY” Mercer and Peter Ram. The much-anticipated acts of Agent Sasco out of Jamaica and headliner and King of Soca Machel Montano from Trinidad and Tobago ended the evening with an epic showing, giving a taste of Crop Over 2023.
Lucky audience members also won free tickets to fly to any Caribbean Airlines destination, and the caravan continues to look out for which stop the plane will make next.
While sharing pictures on social media, Caribbean Airlines said that the First Picture L-R: R included Yofi Grant, Chief Executive Officer of the Ghana Investment Promotion Centre, Alicia Cabrera, Caribbean Airlines Executive Manager, Marketing and Loyalty, Machel Montano and Mia Mottley, Prime Minister of Barbados.
Caribbean Airlines launched the “Welcome Home” campaign to increase the connectivity of their service in the entire region. It provides an exceptional travel experience to tourists who want to visit the Caribbean to attend remarkable festivals, occasions, and events such as carnivals, music festivals and sports tournaments.
Caribbean Airlines also sponsored several events such as Dominica Jazz’n Creole Festival 2023, St Kitts Music Festival and several cricket tournaments. Earlier, Caribbean Airlines took a flight in Guyana at the parking lot of the Marriott Hotel in Georgetown.
The travellers were welcomed with exciting events, colourful activities and stellar performances of the artistes.
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