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MQI launch Independence Specials during live radio show

Excited Jennifer Weetch of Upton, St. Michael winner of Kia Cerato in the Springer Memorial Secondary School’s PTA raffle, getting a feel of the car. At left is Brand Executive Johnny Tudor.

Jennifer Weetch collected the keys to a brand new Kia Cerato, while the Barbados Natural Bodybuilding Association received a donation to assist the team to the international contest in the USA as McEnearneyQuality Inc. (MQI) launched their ‘MQI Independence Special during a live outside broadcast on 98.1 The One recently.

And a visibly excited Weetch, of Upton, St. Michael said it was a great surprise to her as she was not even aware that she had a chance in the raffle, adding that it was her husband who had bought the ticket in her name.

“My husbands is who bought the ticket to support the Springer Memorial School PTA with its fundraising effort, but I am happy, excited and surprise. I have never won anything of this magnitude before and I love the car”, Weetch added.

Anthony Bynoe of Bishop’s Road, St.Lucy won the second prize of a fun cruise for two on Carnival Cruise Lines, while Anthony Small of #15 Proverbs Drive, Duncans, St.Philip won the third prize of a 40-inch TCL television.

After presenting the prizes school principal Pauline Benjamin thanked the PTA, and the old scholars and all those who bought tickets or in anyway supported the raffle and pointed out that the funds would assist the school in its efforts at providing quality education at the Government Hill institution to presents students and those to come.

“It was hard work, but I am happy with the response from the public of Barbados to the raffle, thanks to the PTA, the old scholars and the students for their efforts with this exercise”, the principal noted.   

During the morning’s proceedings, Brand Executive of MQI, Johnny Tudor presented Ivor Worrell, president of the Barbados Natural Bodybuilding Association with a cheque to assist the team to the International Natural Bodybuilding Contest in Atlantic City, New Jersey.

Worrell, in accepting the cheque said it is the World Natural Bodybuilding Feberation’s (WNBF) World Championships (Pro) and INBF Amateur World Championships (Amateur) scheduled for November 9-10 and is a seven year drug free competition. 

He said all competitors are tested for drugs and may not have used any anabolic steroids, diuretics or prescription drugs or any other banned substances for athletic purposes for a minimum of seven years prior to the date of this event, and may not possess muscle implants.

Office Assistant at MQI, Clintona Norville said the company’s independence special will feature award-winning cars such as the Kia Cerato, Rio and Picanto, one year free insurance, the first and second services free as well as free Road Tax.

She said too, that on the spot financing from Consolidated Finance as well as insurance from Brydens Insurance are also available and included in the MQI Independence Special. 

FOOTNOTES

1 Pricing, specifications, availability and terms of offers may change without notice. Prices on this page are listed in Barbados Dollars (BBD) and exclude taxes, duties and preparation expenses. Prices are valid for the period ending December 2018.

2 On the Road charges comprise of: Road Tax, Number Plates, Tint, Rust Proofing and Mats

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