Port-of-Spain, Trinidad. November 2011————- Carnival 2012 promises to bring with it many interesting opportunities, among these, the chance to win a brand new vehicle at the annual Army Fete slated for the month of February. It’s the military’s way of celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Trinidad and Tobago Regiment. The big news comes at a time when planning has already begun for next year’s large-scale event which is speculated to be an over the top carnival experience.
Organisers of the annual Army Fete have over the years offered patrons safety, enjoyment and hardcore entertainment – the likes of which no other promotional event in T&T has ever been able to outdo. With a vehicle up for grabs in 2012, one lucky patron will forever remember the thrill of the event when he or she scores big with quite an extravagant door prize.
The 50th anniversary celebration is likely to attract thousands of patrons from T&T, the Caribbean and around the world. As such coordination efforts are, according to the event’s promoter, being arranged to ensure that the venue’s layout, décor and space is on par with international standards for next year’s gala event. For many years, the annual Army Fete has stood out among carnival enthusiasts, thousands of whom arrive from destinations around the world and the intension of organisers ahead of next year, is to give back to the patrons in a unique way for their undying support over the years.
As is the norm, patrons already gearing up for the event can expect the biggest and best soca artistes of the season, unparalleled safety and utter fun. Organisers are assuring that information on the fete will be at their disposal in the weeks ahead as per usual, with social media being one of Army Fete’s strongest methods of promotion.