Cayman National

Cayman National Draws Crowds to "Home for Christmas"

Cayman National's 5th Annual Customer Appreciation event "Home for Christmas" attracted a large crowd of customers and friends of the community. The event, which was held 'under the stars' and surrounded by a picturesque display of lights and holiday decorations, warmed the hearts of children and adults alike.

In commenting on the significance of the event, Ms. Claudia Welds, Cayman National's Senior Executive of Corporate Communications noted that Cayman National is the local Bank, and indeed the financial organisation that proudly calls Cayman "Home", and home is where the story begins. "This special event allows us the opportunity to feature one school each year, which provides an opportunity for the students to share their talent with the community," said Ms. Welds.

The Christmas Story was presented through music and poetry by renditions by the featured school of the evening, Triple C School, as well as Mr. Devon Edie on the sax and a presentation by the members of the Cayman National Staff, "the CNC Carolers."

The occasion also allowed for the opportunity to donate to a number of charitable organisations. Donations this year were presented to: NCVO, The Pines Retirement Home, The Cancer Society and the Seafarers Association.

For many years the Cayman National Calendar has beome a collector's item for many local and overseas customers. The 2008 calendar, with the theme "Celebrations and Festivals," were presented to Mrs. Angela Martins, Chief Officer of the Ministry of Education, Training, Employment, Youth, Sports and Culture, and to Mr. Charles Glidden, Director of Marketing and Public Education of the National Cultural Foundation by Mr. Stuart Dack, Cayman National's President and Chief Executive.

"We are truly very pleased to make this event a family function each year and the very popular "Kiddies Corner" with Santa to greet the children, was the "icing on the cake" for the little ones, and this is just another wy for Cayman National to extend our support to the community," concluded Ms. Welds.