SINT MAARTEN (PHILIPSBURG) – CIBC FirstCaribbean employees wore purple, and Walk for the Cure/Positive Foundation face masks for Jeans Day to raise cancer awareness and funds ahead of the bank’s Virtual Walk for the Cure & Concert of Hope taking place this Sunday, October 4.
The bank, through promoter 4D Entertainment, will be producing the regional event that will bring together some thirteen popular regional performers and two DJs for a full three hours of entertainment that will also include energetic workout sessions from a number of top fitness coaches.
Two performers bringing a different feel to the show will be St. Maarten’s very own, King James and Reinir Lijfrock from the island of Curacao. Regional performers include Mr. Vegas from Jamaica, Mr. Killa from Grenada, Teddyson John from St. Lucia, Ricardo Drue hailing from Antigua, and from the Bahamas Julian Believe.
The online programme commences at 4p.m. and can be viewed by logging on to Faccebook.com/CIBCFCIB; Instagram.com/cibcfirstcaribbean; YouTube.com/user/CIBCFirstCaribbean;
Caribvision and Zoom.
Persons wishing to support the cause can purchase face masks for $10.00 USD via the bank or the Positive Foundation. Contributions can also be made via the walk’s donation drop boxes or via CIBC FirstCaribbean Account C/A 10055400 at both the Philipsburg and Cole Bay branches.