Bartica woman wins motorcycle in “Oil and Go” promotion

first_imgAs the end of the Industrial Supply of Guyana Incorporated (ISG) “Oil and Go” promotion swiftly approaches, the mining town of Bartica, Region Seven (Cuyuni-Mazaruni), was afforded the opportunity to be a part of the still ongoing exciting activities for the company’s 16th anniversary, which commenced in March.During a visit to the newly established town on Friday, the company, by means of a team comprised of its employees, took its promotion and special offers to Barticians, who in exchange took great advantage of same and in the process produced the fourth winner of a Honda 110 motorcycle at a simple drawing ceremony.Daywattie Dhanrajh, of First Avenue, Bartica, was the winner of the latest draw, together with R Mootain of Corentyne, Berbice, who also won a motorcycle and replaced the winner of the third draw due to a disqualification, the ISG team complemented the draw by offering some of the company’s lubricants at a low price to motor vehicle operators, who were also given a chance to enter into the “Oil and Go” promotion as one more month remains before it concludes.This promotion had commenced in March and will conclude on September 30, 2019, prior to which customers were enlightened and advised to participate therein by simply purchasing any Ultra lubricant, which is solely distributed by ISG.The promotion did not exclude authorised resellers from participating, as they were eligible to win one of two weekend all-expenses-paid trips to BarbadosThe subsidiary company of MACORP is collaborating with its Trinidadian partner, National Petroleum, to give back to its customers and resellers in the form of a promotion in which persons can win one of six Honda 110 motorcycles.Already, the promotion has seen three winners, but the third, whose name was drawn last month, has been disqualified. The successful two were: Aderemi Adams being the first, and Raymond James, the second.The motorcycle that was wonlast_img read more

Jean Chretien says Canada is better shape to renegotiate NAFTA now

first_imgSASKATOON – Former prime minister Jean Chretien says Canada’s in a better position now to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement than it was when the treaty took effect 23 years ago.He says back in 1994, Canada had a surplus of $50 billion a year in trade.Now, the United States sells as much to Canada as Canada sells to the U.S., so even though some sectors will win and others will lose, he says both sides will benefit in the end.Chretien says Americans have always been difficult to negotiate with for softwood lumber and dairy.He also says it’s not uncommon in such negotiations for agreements to be signed on the last day.The third round of talks between Canada, the U.S. and Mexico concluded on Wednesday.U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer said some issues related to small- and medium-size enterprises were resolved, but an enormous amount of work still needs to be done on other, difficult matters.Chretien was in Saskatoon on Wednesday speaking to students at the University of Saskatchewan.He is the first of three former prime ministers to speak at the university as part of Canada’s 150th birthday celebrations — the other will be Kim Campbell and Paul Martin. (CJWW)last_img read more