#getmetothegame 'Twitition' Calls On Businesses And Governments To Allow Staff To Get Off Work Early for CPL Game
Monday 23rd June 2014 – Kingston, Jamaica: The Limacol Caribbean Premier League today announced that it has launched a regional twitter petition that calls on businesses and Governments across the region to let employees leave work early to watch the mid-week CPL game in their respective countries.
Under the banner and twitter hashtag of "#getmetothegame", the twitter petition is a rallying cry to cricket fans and party people alike to fight for their right to enjoy the "Biggest Party in Sport".
From today, fans in host countries (Antigua and Barbuda, Barbados, Grenada, Guyana, Jamaica, St. Kitts and Nevis, St. Lucia and Trinidad and Tobago) are being encouraged to join the petition by clicking on http://bit.ly/TocX7p and clicking 'sign'. Select fans who join the twitition will also be in with a chance to win tickets for themselves and four friends to a CPL game in their market as well as a chance to win a trip and tickets to the finals in St. Kitts and Nevis.
Limacol CPL Head of Marketing, James Wynne, said; "The #getmetothegame twitition is a Caribbean-wide movement for people to get off work early and enjoy the Biggest Party in Sport instead. We know that nothing beats being in the stadium for a CPL game and as such, we are using this platform to allow people to enjoy that electric atmosphere and watch some of the biggest T20 cricket stars in the world."
"We are calling on businesses, Government bodies, leaders, and all others with the power to do so to get in the spirit and allow their employees and colleagues to finish work early to enjoy the CPL," continued Wynne.