Sunbird adopts 2 roundabouts in Blantyre
Sunbird Hotels Limited on Tuesday signed a memorandum of understanding with the Blantyre City Council sealing an agreement that will see the hospitality chain adopting two roundabouts within the city.
The adopted roundabouts are Chichiri and Kameza.
Speaking during the ceremony, Sunbird managing director Rodger Gardner said the move is part of the “Keep Blantyre City Clean and Green” campaign being championed by the council.
“We all know the benefits that a well-manicured garden adds to a piece of property and how it soothes the soul. Keeping well-maintained gardens is part of our brand and we would like to extend the Sunbird green thumb signature to Blantyre’s public areas.
This means, we will be responsible for the landscaping, maintenance and branding in these areas,” he said.
Blantyre City Mayor Noel Chalamanda said Sunbird has shown its commitment towards the campaign.
“Sunbird will be responsible for maintaining the two roundabouts, maintaining and painting the kerbs, maintaining the lights and painting the road signs within the area. The company will also be allowed to advertise within the designated areas,” said Chalamanda.
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