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Airport workers get hand sanitiser


Added 05 July 2020


Chief executive officer at the airport Hadley Bourne (front centre) accepting the Barcardi hand sanitiser from senior brand manager at Bryden Stokes Omar Beckles (front left) and trade marketing executive Dannyele Leslie (front right), as some of the frontline workers look on. (Picture by Reco Moore.)

Frontline workers at the Grantley Adams International Airport (GAIA) now have more access to hand sanitiser.

Last week at the GAIA, senior brand manager at Bryden Stokes Omar Beckles presented Customs officers, security and other airport staff with large bottles of sanitiser, which will be especially needed now that the airport is expected to resume its acceptance of international commercial flights.

The hand sanitiser was a special product of the Bacardi Spirits Company, which Bryden Stokes represents in Barbados.

“The Bacardi Spirits Company, through their distillery, had a global initiative where they sent endless sanitisers to the markets that have embraced their products and it was left up to Brydens to choose exactly where we wanted the hand sanitisers to be distributed. (TG)

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