Courts lights up Essequibo
Courts took its annual Road Show and Christmas tree light up, for its fourth consecutive year, to Essequibo, Thursday.
The colorful show, which is designed to usher in the Christmas season, commenced Thursday morning, with a stop at the Danielstown Nursery School. The team visited the Danielstown Nursery School and followed up with the Road Show and the competitive Spin the wheel Deal competition.
Many Essequibians took the opportunity to spend at least $5,000 on an item, especially for the upcoming festive season, and became eligible for an opportunity to spin the wheel.
The school, which was adopted by Courts Inc almost four years, also got an opportunity to be fully entertained by Courts-adopted characters– Santa Claus, Mrs Claus, Bernie, the elves and Spiderman. In addition to being entertained with songs, the Nursery School children were also presented with small gifts.
Country manager, Clyde De Haas, said that it is always a pleasure to be a part of Courts Road Show and Christmas tree light up, especially in Essequibo, where the reception of the people is overwhelming.
De Haas said that for Courts, Christmas starts with the feature item, which is the Christmas tree light up.
And Attorney at Law, Sunil Scarce, performed that function in Essequibo. Regional Vice Chairman, Vishnu Samaroo also made an appearance as an invited guest.
The Road show continued on the Essequibo Coast yesterday.