One again, Courts Guyana Inc. pulled off a smashing ‘Light Up’ ceremony which attracted hundreds to the Main Street location.
As expected, MC Wanita Huburn created an electrifying atmosphere and maintained it throughout the programme. Using her superb vocal abilities and non-stop crowd manipulating abilities, she pulled off a programme for Courts that reeked of high class planning and intense creativity.
After a beautiful rendition of the National Anthem by Candace Fields, the ‘Stash of Cash 2’ Team arrived at the venue amidst thunderous applause from the large crowd.
Led by the ‘Courts Outriders,’ the party arrived in black automobiles and took their almost royal walk to the elaborately decorated stage. After much deliberations and screaming from the crowd, it was Altaz Mohammed of Leguan who won a whopping $1.2 M.
Addressing the audience, Courts Country Manager Lester Alvis said the year has been encouraging and that the Courts team will continue to word hard in the interest of its customers. He added that, this year, the entity launched its first store in Brooklyn, New York, and he assured all that Courts will continue to uphold its image as a good corporate citizen.
The Courts Main Street Choir did well performing ‘All I want for Christmas Is You,’ after which Minister Priya Manickchand, in brief remarks, said the event served as a forum to bring people together to celebrate Christmas in Guyanese style. She commended Courts for continuing to host the event free of cost, and she urged the gathering to use the Christmas celebrations as a means of making the lives of others happier.
After a sizzling dance performance by the X-Factor Dancers, the illumination of the Christmas lights was done by the minister.
The crowd erupted in wild cheering when Santa and his team arrived, throwing sweets, gyrating and flouncing on top of the Courts bus to wild, pulsating music.
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