The Guyana Bank for Trade and Industry (GBTI) Limited recently hosted its annual Christmas Cheer Program which saw children from several communities benefiting from its humanitarian efforts.According to GBTI, it will continue to give back to those communities since the initiative is part of their corporate social responsibilities.This year the company again signaled its support to several Non-Governmental Organisations (NGO) through its usual financial contribution. Among thoseSome of the NGO representatives receiving their chequesreceiving the support were Help and Shelter, Artists in Direct Support, Uncle Eddie’s Home, the Salvation Army, Dharma Shala Benevolent Home, Guyana Red Cross Society, Guyana Society for the Blind, Guyana Relief Council, Guyana Society for the prevention of cruelty to Animals and Food for the Poor.According to a representative of the company “We recognise that the work of these organisations often go unnoticed and so at this time of year, in the spirit of goodwill and good corporate citizenship, our hearts are opened to supporting those in need and those who provide for those in need.”Meanwhile the staff of GBTI also opened their hearts to the children of Hararuni this year by gifting them – through the Guyana Red Cross – a total of one hundred gifts which will be shared at a special party in the village located along the Linden-Soesdyke Highway.
The campaign will launch in May 2014 and will be broadcast to 20 of Australia’s key international partners. Filming the ad was the creation of leading creative agency Clemenger BBDO. “It’s going to be amazing, even though the weather has been average the Barossa has really turned on a great palette of colour and texture.” Source = ETB News: T.N The Barossa Valley will feature highly in Tourism Australia’s new ‘Restaurant Australia’ campaign, after new Tourism Australia research found that Australia has some of the best food and wine in the world. “We shot a beautiful hot air balloon taking off and landing at the back of the winery,” The advertisement’s director Mark Toia said. The new campaign worth AUD $2 million will update the “There’s Nothing Like Australia” advertisement filmed at the Barossa’s Hentley Farm winery and restaurant, News reported. The filming aims to highlight the sense of hospitality and the unique culinary experience the Barossa Valley has to offer.