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Delta Petroleum showcases Xmas spirit @ Pasea Service Station!

The leader in the Virgin Islands for fuel and other associated items, Delta Petroleum (Caribbean) Ltd., has transformed the area around its Pasea Service Station, on the main Island of Tortola into a bright and welcoming Christmassy environment, further adding to the warm mood at this time of year. Photo: Team of Reporters
Santa ditches the sleigh and reindeer for a hot air balloon! Photo: Team of Reporters
Santa ditches the sleigh and reindeer for a hot air balloon! Photo: Team of Reporters
While this is not the first time Delta Petroleum is showcasing the Christmas spirit with its attractive decorations, this year seems to have an added flavour. Photo: Team of Reporters
While this is not the first time Delta Petroleum is showcasing the Christmas spirit with its attractive decorations, this year seems to have an added flavour. Photo: Team of Reporters
A huge polar bear, along with two penguins on his back, is included in the many attractive and colourful decorations at the Delta Petroleum service station in Pasea. Photo: Team of Reporters
A huge polar bear, along with two penguins on his back, is included in the many attractive and colourful decorations at the Delta Petroleum service station in Pasea. Photo: Team of Reporters
Santa Claus with his reindeer on the compound of the Delta Petroleum service station at Pasea. Photo: Team of Reporters
Santa Claus with his reindeer on the compound of the Delta Petroleum service station at Pasea. Photo: Team of Reporters
Another one of the decorations at Delta Petroleum service station in Pasea. Photo: Team of Reporters
Another one of the decorations at Delta Petroleum service station in Pasea. Photo: Team of Reporters
Decorations include the Delta Pasea compound gazebo, which is attractively filled with Christmas lights. Photo: Team of Reporters
Decorations include the Delta Pasea compound gazebo, which is attractively filled with Christmas lights. Photo: Team of Reporters
PASEA, Tortola VI- The leader in the Virgin Islands for fuel and other associated items, Delta Petroleum (Caribbean) Ltd., has transformed the area around its Pasea Service Station, on the main Island of Tortola into a bright and welcoming Christmassy environment, further adding to the warm mood at this time of year.

Many traversing on the James Walter Francis Drive going east or westbound, or entering the service station after sun down, will be impressed with the array of decorations, Christmas symbols and lights that have been getting not only its customers but the general public into the 2015 Christmas spirit.

While this is not the first time Delta Petroleum is showcasing the Christmas spirit with its attractive decorations, this year seems to have an added flavour.

Decorations include the Delta Pasea compound gazebo, which is attractively filled with Christmas lights, along with Santa Claus with his reindeer on the compound and many other Christmas traditional symbols.

Regional General Manager Bevis A. Sylvester, who now operates from the Delta Petroleum St Kitts and Nevis headquarters, said "it’s a joy to join with customers and bring in the holiday spirit with the decorations."

He further stated that customers always look forward to the decorations.

The company over the years has given back thousands of dollars in sponsorship to community events, and is known to have the cheapest and best quality gas in the Virgin Islands. Delta Petroleum has also employed hundreds of persons over the years and is well known for its good corporate responsibility and professional service.

15 Responses to “Delta Petroleum showcases Xmas spirit @ Pasea Service Station!”

  • just asking... (03/12/2015, 11:32) Like (6) Dislike (0) Reply
    Where is the christmas tree and is there anything under it for the customers?
  • same bull every year (03/12/2015, 11:38) Like (0) Dislike (11) Reply
    It need something more caribbean like because we don't have polar bears here.
    • santa (03/12/2015, 11:52) Like (5) Dislike (5) Reply
      agreed, two blown up chickens would have been more appropriate. Next year I guess
    • @same bull evey year (03/12/2015, 11:59) Like (11) Dislike (0) Reply
      Hater the point is getting everyone in the Christmas mood. We have people from all over living here it’s not just Caribbean people. Big Up to Bevis and Delta Job well done as always I love the lights!
  • pat (03/12/2015, 11:45) Like (5) Dislike (0) Reply
    Nice go delta
  • Windy (03/12/2015, 12:00) Like (4) Dislike (0) Reply
    MUCH BETTER THIS YEAR DEMAN
  • good (03/12/2015, 12:11) Like (3) Dislike (0) Reply
    Delta is by far the best option and they always giving back. Looking forward for some Christmas gifts
  • respect (03/12/2015, 13:13) Like (4) Dislike (0) Reply
    Atlease they doing something for the people. What are the big companies where we spend our money buying our wines, champagne, liqueurs, Turkeys and ham from. What are they doing? Nough respect Delta.
  • . (03/12/2015, 17:15) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
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  • Online Now (03/12/2015, 19:26) Like (2) Dislike (0) Reply
    its nice I just passed there but next year it got to be stept up!!
  • malissa (04/12/2015, 03:49) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    Is the price of gas going to go lower for Christmas?


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