APUA inet on Tuesday welcomed Soca King, Tian Winter, and popular DJ, Bruce ‘Supa Dymond’ Barthley to their family of brand ambassadors.
The announcement by APUA sees an end to the relationship between Winter and Flow which spanned several years.
inet said its diverse brand ambassador program features an eclectic range of notable local personalities.
“The addition of Tian and Supa Dymond is an easy decision for us. This pair perfectly personifies our local branding. Our brand ambassador program focuses on featuring and supporting our local talent who in turn help to promote our products and services. We are proud to welcome Tian and Supa Dymond home!” said Macarius Thomas, Product and Marketing Controller.
“As everyone knows I am passionate about everything ‘local’. I have always admired the inet brand and I am so glad to finally have the opportunity to join Antigua’s only local telecoms provider. I am home!” said Barthley.
“I love my country and I am always proud to represent our culture through music. I felt drawn to inet and see the importance of supporting a telecoms company owned by the people of Antigua and Barbuda. Now that I am home, I hope to take my brand and inet to the next level!” said Winter.
Tian and Supa Dymond will now work alongside the inet ambassador family comprising of Claudette ‘CP’ Peters, Steve ‘Ibis’ Freeland Jr., Art ‘Drastic’ Philip, Tevin ‘DJ Elementz’ Ghanie, Valerie GonzalesBarrerio, Akilah Hillhouse, LSA Band and Vashami Allen.
APUA inet has remained steadfast in the commitment made by the APUA General Manager, Mr. Esworth Martin that inet mobile, home and business will remain a dominant player in the telecommunications industry in Antigua and Barbuda since its launch in April 2018. “inet continues to build and grow as the sole indigenous telecoms provider and embraces every opportunity to meet and exceed the expectations of our current and potential subscribers,” said Vaugh Brown, APUA Telecoms Business Unit Manager.