Saturday, 20 September 2014

CHAT 'BOUT: Potent quotables starring Dr. Carl Williams, Usain Bolt, Digicel's Colm Delves, and more

"As a complete communications solutions provider, it's all about ensuring our customers enjoy access to the best multimedia content on the best devices via the very best network and that we meet all of their communications, entertainment and networking needs. SportsMax represents the perfect blend of sports, entertainment and infotainment with a Caribbean flavour, and I would like to take this opportunity to welcome the team to the Digicel family." CEO of the Digicel Group, Colm Delves, announcing the mobile company's acquisition this week of popular sports-based network SportsMax 

"Under my leadership, the Jamaica Constabulary Force will do anything to respond to your concerns, whether you are a victim of praedial larceny in a rural parish, or the victim of a violent crime in an urban community. Whether you live in Cherry Gardens or Seaview Gardens, you are entitled to, and should expect, full protection under the law." Jamaica's newly installed Commissioner of Police, Dr. Carl Williams, giving his maiden address earlier this week 

"One of the primary purposes of this innovative grassroots initiative is to provide lifelong developmental guidance and expose the very best of track-and-field worldwide to Jamaica's future athletic stars and their coaches." Brand manager Cornelia Nathan on Gatorade's imminent islandwide series of training clinics aimed at unearthing fresh talent 

"We will have a chance to select our best team because the tournament will be played on FIFA dates..... There is no guarantee for success; we have to work hard. All the players, both local and overseas will have to be ready to give of their best. Everybody wants to win against us, so we must put out a strong team and play well." Senior Reggae Boyz coach, Winfried Schäfer, on the squad's preparations for the final phase of the 2014 Caribbean Cup set for Montego Bay this November 

"I never doubt myself. In life you learn that you will lose some. For me, I'm always confident, but I'm always going to be ready to race." Jamaican sprinting legend Usain Bolt in a recent interview with NBC Sports

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