1Why did you decide to sponsor Flairtatious?
That's a no-brainer - it's a fund-raiser for a great cause. Plus Mary's Child was one of the homes that Island Grill visited some years ago on Mother's Day. We took lunch for the girls and the staff and entertained them, and they loved it.
2How are you hoping to benefit from the sponsorship?
Island Grill does a fair bit of community work but we don't publicise our good deeds, for example, our Soupa Pot of Love that our Island Grill team cooks themselves and serves with love and kindness to a home or cause of their choice. We would love our customers to see that we do care and take the time to give back.
3 What is your company's policy regarding corporate citizenship?
Island Grill practises being a good corporate citizen by doing good. We involve ourselves in the communities in which we have restaurants, helping and giving back where we are able.
4With Christmas fast approaching, do you have any special sales or marketing initiatives to share with Flair readers?
Island Grill's customer promise is to, at all times, create great VALUE for our customers. Christmas is a period when we incorporate sorrel and gungo to our menu - two products that are a big part of our Jamaican culture. Also, we have a very innovative team, so don't be surprised if we come up with something new and exciting for the season. With that said, during the Christmas our customers can expect great-tasting nutritious food - prepared fresh daily that is competitively priced - and excellent customer service, all in an island oasis each time they walk through our doors.