New areas of partnership being explored with Caribbean Airlines

first_imgFirst Lady Sandra Granger on Monday met with Caribbean Airlines’ new Chief Executive Officer, Tyrone Tang and its South America Manager Carl Stuart to explore the possibilities of greater partnership.The meeting was held at the Office of the First Lady in State House.First Lady Sandra Granger is flanked by Caribbean Airlines’ Guyana and Suriname Sales Representative Dion Inniss, Chief Executive Officer Tyrone Tang, and South America Manager Carl StuartIn an invited comment, the First Lady said Caribbean Airlines requested a meeting to introduce her to Tang, who is currently in Guyana. “We discussed the Kind Soles Project, which Caribbean Airlines has supported from the inception and has committed to continuing to support,” Mrs Granger said.Caribbean Airlines brings the shoes that are donated to the Shoes that Grow/Kind Soles Project to Guyana from New York free of cost. “I am very grateful for that kind of assistance…It’s a great example of Caribbean Airlines’ commitment as a corporate sponsor and donor,” she said.In an invited comment, Tang said he met with the First Lady to assure her of his company’s continued support of the Kind Soles Project.“We were also inquiring what other charities and [the First Lady spoke about] a number of charities with us that she is working on and we have said that we will look and see how we can assist further on other charities,” Tang said.The shoes donated are distributed to children in Guyana’s hinterland regions under President David Granger’s Boats, Buses, Bicycles plus Breakfast and Books (Five Bs) programme.last_img