Princess Elizabeth and Lady Hochoy children set to “Vibes it Up” for the Soca Warriors

Caption: Manager, Corporate Communications, Camille Salandy shares a fun moment with the children decked out in their new Soca Warriors jerseys

June 2006

The children of the Princess Elizabeth Centre and the Lady Hochoy Home are set to show their support for the Soca Warriors – thanks to TSTT. The TSTT Foundation on Monday, June 5 presented “Trini Vibe / Vibes it Up” Soca Warrior t-shirts to the children, prepared by Catspraddle Creations and inspired by Dennis Lawrence’s use of the expression on the team’s return from the trip to Bahrain. Camille Salandy, Manager, Corporate Communications – TSTT, made the presentation to the children, who were eager to wear the symbolic red jerseys during the matches of the Soca Warriors at the World Cup in Germany. The first game takes place on Saturday, June 10, against Sweden.

Salandy said the TSTT Foundation, the vehicle for TSTT’s corporate social responsibility programme, was extremely happy to make it possible for the children to join the wider national community in displaying support for the Soca Warriors. “TSTT is glad to play a role in helping the children mark this historic event in this way, and the TSTT Foundation remains committed to undertaking caring initiatives among our youth,” Salandy added.