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PHOTO of the Day: Big Dreams & an Opposition Leader

The Dream Big Group hopes to create empowerment and motivation for everyone. Photo: Dream Big Group
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI: Last evening July 3, 2018, the Dream Big Group launched the first of many Billboards in Road Town, the capital city, adjacent to the Multi-Purpose Sports Complex, and can be seen from the James Walter Francis Drive Highway.

The Billboard that has been added to the City’s architecture is sponsored by Opposition Leader and Chairman of the Virgin Islands Party, Hon Andrew A. Fahie (R1).  

Putting up positive billboards around the Territory “is our mission to create that wave of empowerment and motivation for everyone,” according to a spokesman of the group, Stephon D. Mactavious.

He went on to make a challenge to “every elected official to get in contact with me and sponsor a positive billboard in every district”.

We will caution that with the election season coming soon, Billboards will be the way to go and space might be a prized possession!

 

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