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4 share prizes in Pre-Territory Day car sound-off @ VG

- event dubbed one of the biggest car sound-offs on the sister island
The four who shared the $2,000 cash prize at DeCrew's car sound-off held at Mine Shaft on June 28, 2015. In photo are the car owners in orange: Paul Bridgelall aka Frankie who placed 2nd in the small category and Krystino Vialva Krys (4th from left) who got the 1st place prize for that category. The big category 1st place prize went to Rodney Beharry aka Trini (front right) and 2nd was Nicholas Alphonso aka Nicko. Photo: VINO
Hotting up the runway with fashion by Mr Nice Guy. Photo: VINO
Hotting up the runway with fashion by Mr Nice Guy. Photo: VINO
Car on show and in sound-off competition. Photo: VINO
Car on show and in sound-off competition. Photo: VINO
Car on show and in sound-off competition. Photo: VINO
Car on show and in sound-off competition. Photo: VINO
Car on show and in sound-off competition. Photo: VINO
Car on show and in sound-off competition. Photo: VINO
Car on show and in sound-off competition. Photo: VINO
Car on show and in sound-off competition. Photo: VINO
Car on show and in sound-off competition. Photo: VINO
Car on show and in sound-off competition. Photo: VINO
Car on show and in sound-off competition. Photo: VINO
Car on show and in sound-off competition. Photo: VINO
Scene of the event. Photo: VINO
Scene of the event. Photo: VINO
Scene of the event. Photo: VINO
Scene of the event. Photo: VINO
Car on show and in sound-off competition. Photo: VINO
Car on show and in sound-off competition. Photo: VINO
Car on show and in sound-off competition. Photo: VINO
Car on show and in sound-off competition. Photo: VINO
Hotting up the runway with fashion by Mr Nice Guy. Photo: VINO
Hotting up the runway with fashion by Mr Nice Guy. Photo: VINO
Hotting up the runway with fashion by Mr Nice Guy. Photo: VINO
Hotting up the runway with fashion by Mr Nice Guy. Photo: VINO
Hotting up the runway with fashion by Mr Nice Guy. Photo: VINO
Hotting up the runway with fashion by Mr Nice Guy. Photo: VINO
Hotting up the runway with fashion by Mr Nice Guy. Photo: VINO
Hotting up the runway with fashion by Mr Nice Guy. Photo: VINO
Hotting up the runway with fashion by Mr Nice Guy. Photo: VINO
Hotting up the runway with fashion by Mr Nice Guy. Photo: VINO
Car on show and in sound-off competition. Photo: VINO
Car on show and in sound-off competition. Photo: VINO
Car on show and in sound-off competition. Photo: VINO
Car on show and in sound-off competition. Photo: VINO
Car on show and in sound-off competition. Photo: VINO
Car on show and in sound-off competition. Photo: VINO
Scene of the event. Photo: VINO
Scene of the event. Photo: VINO
Scene of the event. Photo: VINO
Scene of the event. Photo: VINO
Scene of the event. Photo: VINO
Scene of the event. Photo: VINO
The two experts on the grill. Photo: VINO
The two experts on the grill. Photo: VINO
Scene of the event. Photo: VINO
Scene of the event. Photo: VINO
Mr Trefor A. Grant keeping the crowd alive at the fashion show segment of the day's event. Photo: VINO
Mr Trefor A. Grant keeping the crowd alive at the fashion show segment of the day's event. Photo: VINO
Relatives meet for a family fun time. Photo: VINO
Relatives meet for a family fun time. Photo: VINO
Face painting was not only for the little children but the big girls too. Photo: VINO
Face painting was not only for the little children but the big girls too. Photo: VINO
These two boys joined in the fun. Photo: VINO
These two boys joined in the fun. Photo: VINO
Scene of the event. Photo: VINO
Scene of the event. Photo: VINO
Promoters of the DeCrew grand BBQ, car sound off, fashion show and fun day. From left: Rayon D. Bethune, Mr Isaac Ragnauth and Sherwin A. Peters. Photo: VINO
Promoters of the DeCrew grand BBQ, car sound off, fashion show and fun day. From left: Rayon D. Bethune, Mr Isaac Ragnauth and Sherwin A. Peters. Photo: VINO
Sporting the T-Shirts of the main sponsor, Digicel, these ladies took care of the food side of things. Photo: VINO
Sporting the T-Shirts of the main sponsor, Digicel, these ladies took care of the food side of things. Photo: VINO
Scene of the event. Photo: VINO
Scene of the event. Photo: VINO
Father and son having their fun time. Photo: VINO
Father and son having their fun time. Photo: VINO
Scene of the event. Photo: VINO
Scene of the event. Photo: VINO
Scene of the event. Photo: VINO
Scene of the event. Photo: VINO
Digicel was on the spot with special offers for patrons of the event. Photo: VINO
Digicel was on the spot with special offers for patrons of the event. Photo: VINO
Scene of the event. Photo: VINO
Scene of the event. Photo: VINO
Scene of the event. Photo: VINO
Scene of the event. Photo: VINO
Scene of the event. Photo: VINO
Scene of the event. Photo: VINO
Scene of the event. Photo: VINO
Scene of the event. Photo: VINO
Some eight cars participated in the sound-off this year with six from Tortola and two from Virgin Gorda. Photo: VINO
Some eight cars participated in the sound-off this year with six from Tortola and two from Virgin Gorda. Photo: VINO
VALLEY, Virgin Gorda, VI - ‎Krystino Vialvaa Krys, Paul Bridgelall, Nicholas Alphonso aka Nicko and Rhodney Beharry aka Trini shared the cash prize of $2,000 in one of the biggest car sound-offs on Virgin Gorda on June 28, 2015.

The event was a Pre-Territory Day celebration organised and executed by DeCrew, a group of Guyanese who have been contributing socially to the VI, the place they now call home.

It was a grand barbecue, car sound-off, fashion show and family fun day held on the grounds of Mine Shaft at Virgin Gorda.

One of the organisers, Mr Sherwin A. Peters, said the event has become an annual activity of DeCrew, which includes himself, Mr Rayon D. Bethune and the newest member of the team Mr Isaac Ragnauth.

It's the first time they took the event to Virgin Gorda and, according to Bethune, "We were very pleased with the support we had from all those who came out. It was very nice to see that persons travelled from Tortola, Jost Van Dyke and even Anegada to be there."

"As little as it may seem it did something to the tourism sector of the BVI and played a role in allowing people from various places, cultures, and norms to blend in nature's little secret as one people," added Ragnaugh.

The car sound-off was the main feature of the event and ‎taking the ‎2nd prize in the 'small category' was Paul Bridgelall aka Frankie‎. The 1st place prize in that category went to Krystino Vialva Krys. The 2nd place prize in the 'big category' went to Nicholas Alphonso aka ‘Nicko’‎ and 1st place went to Rodney Beharry aka ‘Trini‎’.

5 Responses to “4 share prizes in Pre-Territory Day car sound-off @ VG”

  • .......... (01/07/2015, 16:45) Like (10) Dislike (0) Reply
    Loving the photos vino
  • island man (01/07/2015, 20:58) Like (4) Dislike (0) Reply
    how come I did not know about tis?
  • Local (02/07/2015, 00:27) Like (5) Dislike (13) Reply
    Deport them lol lolololol
    • Another local (02/07/2015, 10:25) Like (5) Dislike (0) Reply

      You are so foolish! You should be happy that they are doing things in your community and giving people a place to go and have some fun. These people are contributing to the economy... perhaps more than you. You are an Id!8t!

  • chad (02/07/2015, 08:58) Like (3) Dislike (0) Reply
    u r one sick puppy


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