Blue Waters Products Limited established in the year 1999 in Trinidad and Tobago has grown to be an iconic Caribbean brand over the years and is now the preferred brand of bottled purified drinking water in the Caribbean. The company started with a dream and with just 12 employees, including just one salesman and two trucks, the ensuing growth over the last fifteen years led to the company now being a dominant force in the markets in which the company chooses to profitably operate. With over 500 good souls in Trinidad, the company now operates a modern facility in Orange Grove. Owned and operated by Mr. Dominic Hadeed, his vision for the company is to provide one bottle a day of high quality healthy beverages to every man, woman and child in the English speaking Caribbean. It is here, the employees of Blue Waters Products Limited find their mission, “To Profitably Inspire and Delight those we choose to serve, with Quality, Functional and Great Tasting Beverages!”
Just 4 Fun Carnival Group established in the year 2000 in Saint Lucia has grown to be the premier carnival band over the years and is now the preferred carnival band for revelers in the annual cultural festival. The band started with a dream and a team of five friends,currently managed by Mr. Veil Tobierre, his vision for the band is to continue to exceed his customers expectations. Although they are the leaders in the island's cultural festival, they are always looking for opportunities to give back to their various communities.
Organization of Eastern Caribbean States
The Organization of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS), created in 1981, is an inter-governmental organization dedicated to economic harmonization and integration, protection of human and legal rights, and the encouragement of good governance between countries and dependencies in the Eastern Caribbean. It also performs the role of spreading responsibility and liability in the event of natural disaster, such as a hurricane.
The main organ of the OECS, the Secretariat, is based in the capital city of Castries, Saint Lucia.The OECS currently has ten members, spread across the Eastern Caribbean. Together, they form a near-continuous archipelago across the Leeward Islands and Windward Islands. Member states includes Antigua and Barbuda, Commonwealth of Dominica, Grenada, Montserrat, St. Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, St Vincent and The Grenadines, British Virgin Islands, Anguilla and Martinique.
St. Lucia Football Association
The St. Lucia Football Association came into being in 1979. Prior to this the organization operated as the National Football Union. The Association is affiliated to the Federation Internationale De Football Association (FIFA) The Confederation of North, Central America and the Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF) and the Caribbean Football Union (CFU). The St. Lucia Football Association is also aligned to the Windward Islands Football Association (WIPA). WIPA operates as a sub-grouping of the Caribbean Football Union.
The St. Lucia Football Association first became a member of CONCACAF in 1986 and subsequently in 1988, two years later became a member of FIFA.
Since its formation in 1979, the Association has had five presidents, Earl Huntley (1979-1994) Mark Louis (1994-2004) Oswald Wilkinson Larcher (2004-2007), Patrick Mathurin (2007-2011) and Lyndon Cooper (2011-).
The Association is the duly recognized body by FIFA which is responsible for organizing, promoting and developing association football in St. Lucia.
The Dominica Football Association came into being in 1970. The Association is affiliated to the Federation Internationale De Football Association (FIFA) The Confederation of North, Central America and the Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF) and the Caribbean Football Union (CFU). The Dominica Football Association is also aligned to the Windward Islands Football Association (WIPA). WIPA operates as a sub-grouping of the Caribbean Football Union.
The association's president is Etienne Glen. The Association is the duly recognized body by FIFA which is responsible for organizing, promoting and developing association football in Dominica.
Dominica Football Association
The Antigua Barbuda Football Association was founded in 1928. It become affiliated to FIFA and CONCACAF in 1970. It has 50 members (49 clubs and the Antigua and Barbuda Referee Association). The clubs are divided into three divisions for league play. The Premier Division comprises 10 clubs, the First Division comprises of 12 clubs and the second Division comprises 25 clubs. There are 8 female teams which contest the women’s division. The official season operates from September until February. The association operates two main men competitions, the League Cup and the FA Cup. It also conducts a U-18 ,U-15 and U-13 youth league.
Antigua & Barbuda Football Association
The Grenada Football Association Inc. (GFA) is a private organization of an associative nature, incorporate pursuant to the Companies Act 1994 of Grenada, Act No. 35 of 1994, and registered in St. George’s, Grenada; with Head Office at the Grenada National Stadium, St. George’s. The GFA is formed for an unlimited period. 3. GFA is a member of FIFA, CONCACAF and CFU. Accordingly, GFA is itself obliged to respect the Statutes, regulations, instructions, directives and decisions of FIFA, CONCACAF and CFU; and to ensure that these are likewise respected by Members and any other persons and entities subordinated to GFA.
Grenada Football Association