Red Jet Airline lent valuable support to the Tutorial High School contingent to Barbados Relay Fair, which took place yesterday.
Thirty five students and teachers of the Tutorial High School last week left the country for Barbados to participate in the annual Barbados Relay Fair following a plea to the executive of the Red jet Airline.
A release revealed that the group has been furnished with the relevant tickets, at a reduced cost, to accommodate the trip. The release said that parents and teachers successfully lobbied the airline in order to give students an opportunity to showcase their talent and benefit from the experience while representing their school.
The release further said that the students spent a significant amount of time preparing for the tournament and that their parents found the airfare to be prohibitive. To this extent, the teachers are grateful to the Airline for their chivalry saying that it is a demonstration of corporate and social responsibility.
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