Big Help From Popular Products Support A Special Cause For Our Children

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September 19, 2012

Pictured are Mr. Wayne Russell, General Manager of Bahamas Wholesale Agencies (BWA) who helped co-ordinate the donation to the home by Festival by FLASH and Ensueno brands along with Sarah Kirkby, GB Children's Home Executive Committee Member.Freeport, Grand Bahama - The Grand Bahama Children's Home gratefully received much needed support for its upcoming "Steak Fest" from popular household products Festival by FLASH multi-purpose cleaners and Ensueno Fabric Softeners distributed by Bahamas Wholesale Agencies Limited.

"We are thrilled to announce the donation of all of the steaks we will be grilling - thanks to Festival by FLASH cleaning products, Ensueno fabric softeners," said Mrs. Jean Hivert, Grand Bahama Children's Home Executive Committee. "We are extremely grateful for this wonderful donation which will go a long way to help ensuring as much money as possible from ticket sales will go directly to helping our children and for the operation of the Home," added Mrs. Hivert.

Mr. Wayne Russell, General Manager of Bahamas Wholesale Agencies (BWA), explained that both the Festival by FLASH and Ensueno brands are committed to the communities in which their brands are widely used and trusted. "Festival by FLASH cleaning products and Ensueno fabric softeners are found in homes all over Grand Bahama and throughout The Bahamas.

It is important for these brands and, of course, BWA, to make a positive impact in the communities that trust our products in their homes and in their businesses. We are grateful that Festival by FLASH and Ensueno could help in such a meaningful way," said Mr. Russell. The Grand Bahama Children's Home is hosting its first "Steak Fest" on Saturday, September 29th on the grounds of the Home.

Various corporate partners and civic organizations are already lending a hand to assist on the day. The Rotary Club of Grand Bahama Sunrise, the Lion's Club, and Chef Devain Maycock are assisting with all the food preparation.  New business, Sweet Affairs have donated cupcakes to sell at the event and both Silk Café and Kelly's Bakery have donated bread rolls for the meals with the Pepsi company donating 5 cases of sodas.

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News date : 09/19/2012    Category : Community/Charity, Bahama Islands Info Stories

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