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Carib’s retirees association goes green

The ATL Group will be hosting a Go Green Seminar for members of the Caribbean Community of Retired Persons (CCRP) on Wednesday, April 27, at the Jamaica Observer auditorium, 40-42 Beechwood Avenue, St Andrew.

The purpose of the seminar is to enlighten CCRP members as to valuable energy-saving tips that will help to reduce their utility bills and aid in the preservation of the natural environment.

Paul Grey, director of engineering for the Sandals Group, will be sharing his personal experience on energy conservation as practised at Sandals Resorts. These initiatives have been hailed worldwide by environmentalists.

The CCRP is a non-profit organisation for persons 50 years and over, retired, or preparing for retirement. In keeping with its motto, ‘Life to the fullest’ the CCRP has had a number of seminars geared at empowering members to make informed decisions about their health and wellness, financial investments and personal safety.

They have also had various social activities. Lead sponsors of the organisation are LASCO and PROComm, while significant support has been given by Multi-Media Jamaica (RJR Group), FirstCaribbean International Bank, Sagicor/Pan Caribbean, BPM Financial and Guardsman Group of Companies, Sandals/ATL Group, Digicel, GraceKennedy, Wisynco, Mall Jewellers, Terra Nova All Suite Hotel, National Bakery, Hertz and Tastee.

CCRP has over 20 Discount Partners who offer special prices to members. CCRP celebrated its first anniversary this month.



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