UPDATE: Natalie 'Natlee' Harewood ready to clean up The City
Having tossed her hat in the political ring to contest in the upcoming elections, Natalie ‘Natlee’ Harewood is not afraid to get dirty to help improve life for her constituents.
Campaign Manager Charlie Spice tonight told Loop News that a sponsor approached Harewood to bring her clean up campaign to fruition and she jumped at the opportunity. “Natalie means business!” he asserted.
‘Clean Up Bridgetown’ is the brainchild of Harewood and it kicks off in Wellington Street tomorrow morning at 7:00 am.
It is Harewood’s plan to clean The City for the benefit of her potential constituents if she were to win the seat.
Launching the ‘Clean Up Bridgetown’ campaign tomorrow, it was explained that this initiative was made possible through the sponsorship of BBD $10, 000 from a business supporter, who wishes to remain anonymous.
Harewood, who has undergone some transitions since announcing her decision to run to become the next parliamentary representative for The City of Bridgetown, has not only quit her previous profession, but is taking time with her diction, managing her social media postings, seems to be changing her wardrobe and is attracting more sponsors and donations from corporate Barbados.
The donated funds on this occasion have been used to pay for the services of Recycle Barbados Ltd to remove and dispose or recycle all garbage in the Nelson Street area.
This move comes days after City residents complained in earnest to Loop News about persons from other constituencies coming into Nelson Street and its environs to dump their garbage.
In an Instagram video, Harewood told her over 40’000 followers to come out and join her, “we got some work to do tomorrow.”