Feb 22, 2009 News
With a simple and brief ceremony on Thursday BK International officially announced the display of its costumes.
BK International Director, Gail Tiwari, said that the company is pleased to be associated with the Mash festivities this year. She said that the company was always desirous of doing so over the years, but was pressed for time and resource personnel to design and create the costumes.
She said that when the company was approached by the Hits and Jams organisation and the Culture Ministry to partake in the festivities the directors more than embraced the idea and the proposed package, since they allowed the proposers to handle the costume making, soliciting revellers, refreshments and all the other necessities to ensure a successful costume band parade.
She noted that BK International is always pleased to be associated with cultural activities, and will continue to pay much interest in that direction.
There are 170 costumes. A section of the Mash Day Parade would consist of BK International employees. The costumes are free of cost and are available at the Hits and Jams Studio, Lance Gibbs Street, Queenstown.
Meals and refreshments will also be provided all day long to revellers who participate in the Mash Day activities. Revellers will be given free entrance into the T-Pain and Serani Show slated for the GCC Ground on Mash Nite.
The official designer, Olympia Small-Sonoram, noted that, other than having an opportunity yet again to display her creative skills, she is more than pleased to be working along with the three entities.
She said that she has stretched her imagination to the limits, and has created three separate costumes to better suit those desirous of the skimpy and the revealing or the more conservative revellers.
Hits and Jams entertainment will take care of the refreshments, drinks, music and other arrangements to make the costume band as explosive as it should be.
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