PM Endorses Dadli Dose Local Juice By ‘DJ Crutches’

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Kwesi DJ Crutches Jarvis of Dadli Dose Local Juice stopped by the Prime Minister’s Office today.

Jarvis is a young entrepreneur who has decided not to make any circumstance limit his capacity to venture into business ownership.

His product, Dadli Dose is a locally produced and bottled drink, carried in more than 40 stores and restaurants throughout the island.

Jarvis presented PM Browne with a sample of one of his many drink flavors.

During the meet and greet, PM Browne used the opportunity to congratulate the young Antiguan on his success thus far and offered a few words of advice.

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  1. The PM has challenged many young Antiguans and Barbudans to not just sit back and do nothing but to be creative nd innovative. And that should be in every sector of our live. Whether it is construction, agriculture, small home industries, like soap making, food productions, electronic, software programming, Internet, art and culture expression. When you study the explosion of talents and creativity of people in countries in Europe and or North America, you will realize it always came after some sort of economical revolution. Antigua was going through an economical revolution before Covid and therefore people started to use their creativity and innovation to do things, because many had disposable income to afford it as well. But having said that it is also amazing what is happening in and during these Covid times. Which again reminds me of what happened right after the WWII. That is when many made good from bad times. And build companies that are standing strong until today. A creative and innovative people will always prosper. And we need to encourage especially our youth to use this talent that God has placed in them. We cannot just go to school to work for someone and if we are not offered a job we are at a loss and hopeless.

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