Tuesday, April 16, 2024

Banking on Carter


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AFTER SEVEN EPISODES, eight workshops, four major challenges and a final question and answer session, Sean Carter, of Rhema Cooling, was declared the overall winner of Bank On ME Season 2, in an hour-long finale last night on television.

Carter, also known as calypsonian Apache, won $15 000 cash from Scotiabank along with a host of other prizes.

Dario Greenidge, of Shine Vehicle Care Centre, copped the Fund Access Spirit Of Enterprise Award of $5 000 while Janelle Mitchell of Smart Arts Room won the People’s Choice Award of $2 000 from the Barbados Investment & Development Corporation.

Alison Saunders, executive producer and director of Bank On ME said her Blue Waters Productions was thrilled with the response from the public to Bank On ME Season 2. “While the broadcasts are over in Barbados, the show is at various stages throughout the Caribbean with some broadcasts still to begin,” she added.

Above, Carter (centre) savouring his victory, flanked by Michael Holder (left) and Dario Greenidge. (PR)


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