Solomon's Lucaya teams up with Dr. Monique Pratt for free in store seminar

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August 24, 2016

On Saturday August 27, shoppers at Solomon’s Lucaya will have a chance to participate in a free, in store health seminar as a part of the store’s ongoing Let’s Talk Health series. The retail food chain is teaming up with presenter, Dr. Monique Pratt who specializes in Internal Medicine & Nephrology for an Ask The Doctor forum.


“We’re encouraging our customers to sign up and come prepared with questions for Dr. Pratt. We want the session to be engaging with open dialogue so that persons in attendance can have important health questions answered,” said Charlene Harding, Marketing Assistant at Solomon’s. “Dr. Pratt is willing to share her knowledge and impact the community in a positive way and we want to thank her in advance for taking the time to meet our customers and our team at Solomon’s.”

Let’s Talk Health “Ask The Doctor” session will include tips on coping with diabetes, hypertension, obesity and other common illnesses prevalent in the Bahamian community as well as preventative strategies for a healthier lifestyle. The event runs from 1pm-2pm at Solomon’s Lucaya. Space is limited. For more information or to RSVP for the event, contact Charlene Harding at charding@amlfoods.com or telephone 242-688-8217/ 242-727-4035.

About AML Foods Limited: AML Foods Limited was incorporated in 1989 in The Bahamas and is listed on the Bahamas International Securities Exchange. The Company and its subsidiaries are primarily engaged in the operations of retail and club stores offering dry and perishable food items and other consumer products, and the operation of a food franchise business.  AML Foods Limited Food Distribution includes its retail division - Solomon’s Super Center Nassau, Solomon’s Fresh Market, Solomon’s Freeport and Solomon’s Lucaya  – and its club division - Cost Right Nassau and Cost Right Freeport; the Company’s Franchise Division consists of eleven Domino’s Pizza locations in Nassau and Freeport and one Carl’s Jr. Restaurant in Nassau. The registered office of the Company is at One Millars Court, off Shirley Street, Nassau, New Providence, Bahamas and the corporate office is at Town Centre Mall, Upper Level, Blue Hill Road, Nassau, New Providence, Bahamas, Tel: 242.677.7200.

About this report: This report may include “forward-looking statements.” While AML Foods Limited believes that the expectations reflected in such statements are reasonable, it can give no assurance that such expectations will prove to be correct. Important factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from AML Foods’ expectations include external economic conditions, changes in the marketplace, changes in interest rates and operating costs and other unforeseen events or conditions that affect the Group’s performance.

By Renea Bastian

Source: AML Foods Limited

News date : 08/24/2016    Category : Business, Health

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