Bolt to visit Bermuda

  • Usain Bolt is returning to Bermuda

    Usain Bolt is returning to Bermuda


Usain Bolt is coming to Bermuda and one lucky resident will have the opportunity to meet him face to face.

The superstar Jamaican sprinter will be on the island for promotional work next Tuesday in his role as Digicel’s chief speed officer.

Bolt, who broke his first world record at the Bermuda National Stadium during the Carifta Games in 2004, is an eight-times Olympic gold medal-winner.

In an advert this afternoon, Digicel revealed one of its customers who activates a value fibre bundle, or an existing customer who gets an upgrade, will have the chance for a one-on-one meeting with the sporting legend.

The ad reads: “Maybe you have questions about his career or always wanted to strike his famous move beside him — now you have the chance thanks to Digicel fibre — the fastest, most reliable internet in Bermuda — just like Bolt!

“Not only that, he’ll have a goody bag packed with his signed merchandise for you too. Plus we have signed merchandise for two runners-up as well.”

To enter, call 500-5000 or talk to a sales agent in the Digicel store on Church Street or the BTC store on Cedar Avenue.

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Published Jun 19, 2018 at 5:20 pm (Updated Jun 19, 2018 at 5:20 pm)

Bolt to visit Bermuda

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