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Back to school and save

Back to School and Save with a Hawaiian twist – was the theme of a special party organised by The National Building Society of Cayman, at the Grand Caymanian Resort in West Bay.

Nationwide’s Marketing Officer, Fame Varona said, “We’re launching two new junior products. One is a Student Saver account, and the other is a Destiny Savings account. The Student Saver account is for younger children who are ten years old and over. The Destiny product is geared towards college students with a minimum age of 17 and up.

“We would also like people to know about our new location, on Elgin Avenue,” she added.

There was a bouncy castle, face painting, a great sound system, rides on a jet ski and lots of give-aways as the fun filled afternoon turned into evening.

Although a scheduled fashion show of some of the hottest fashions of the Cayman-based One Tree Four Five collection was cancelled at the last minute, excitement was in the air as the time for the prize draw
drew nearer.

There were plenty of prizes, including an MP3 player, some Blackberry phones from Digicel, and a night at the Grand Caymanian Resort.

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