New company looks after local artistes
Saturday, May 31 2008
LOCAL entertainers can now benefit from a marketing, manufacturing and distribution company geared toward promoting their works.
True-2-Culture ((T2C) will provide solutions for artistes to accumulate great success across a much broader sales base.
The company has networked with a wide cross section of retailers from popular clothing and apparel stores and supermarkets who will provide the artistes with a wide reach to their market, while simultaneously allowing music lovers easy access to the talents of the artistes.
The companyís directors, Lamar Pollard and Osei Wright-Alexis, said T2C is artiste-oriented and intends to be corporate and compliant, as it also seeks to educate the countryís creative minds in all areas relative to their field.
T2Cís client list includes Ziggy Rankin, Zebulun, Make It Hpn, Ozy Majiq and the alternative band, The Generals as well as the popular Real Talk DVD Magazine.
The artistesí music and visual works are available from today at various locations including Xtra Foods, Grand Bazaar; Limited Edition, Arima; Mandyís Fashions, Tunapuna, Curepe and Trincity Mall; Cellect, UWI and NP Quick Shoppe in Tacarigua and Morvant.
In the West, Tight Assets, Long Circular Mall; Cache, West Mall; Mystic Hemp, Woodbrook and Electronic City, Diego Martin.
North locations are Cache, Port-of-Spain; Mandyís Fashion, Port-of-Spain; NP Quick Shoppe, Richmond Street and in the South, Fashion Fever, High Street, San Fernando; Cache Gulf City; Brands Specialist, Point Fortin; JDís Super Centre, Princes Town and NP Quick Shoppe, Cross Crossing.