Barbadian manufacturer cements good relations with clients and respect their spiritual roots as well

The Bible says “out of Evil cometh Good,” and this was surely the case when a car accident gave an opportunity for a Bajan company to recognise its spiritual responsibility and use their talent to literally rebuild.

The Arawak Cement Company just held their inaugural Cashback ceremony at the Radisson Aquatica and one of the recipients – Marshall Trading – decided to give their five-thousand dollar prize to the Eastbourne Pentecostal Church.

Leanna Maynard, is the Store Manager at the popular Welches branch of Marshall Trading and she was very concerned since the Church is a regular customer and now the building was rendered unsafe by the collision of that vehicle;-

Mrs Melanie Goodman-Welch, the Church’s secretary, was extremely grateful to the store’s neighbourly gesture. She says they will waste no time in acting on Marshall Trading’s generous donation and she thanked Shaun Alleyne their Manager as well;-

Another grateful recipient was contractor Richard Edwards, he says since Arawak has gained competitors, they are making sure their customers remember them for the advice given both on and off the job;-

And the Arawak Cement Company will soon start airing their Home Sweet Home Makeover reality TV series prepared by the makers of the Hit For Six cricket film and the entrepreneurial Bank On Me reality TV programme…

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