Vidanova turns 50, celebration on islands | THE DAILY HERALD

Simpson Bay Marina on Sunday during the Vidanova event.

SIMPSON BAY–Pension Fund Vidanova hosted three events this past weekend in St. Eustatius, Saba and St. Maarten, recognizing 50 years of doing business with these islands.

The Curaçao pension fund has serviced GEBE since the start of the company.

Vidanova held its ceremony in St. Maarten at Simpson Bay Marina on Sunday evening.

Governor Eugene Holiday and his spouse joined GEBE workers and invited guests for the special networking and social session. Live music and snacks were served while words of gratitude were delivered by Vidanova board of directors Chairman Humberto D’Abreu De Paulo.

The pension fund foundation also made a donation of NAf. 10,000 to the Community Outreach Empowerment international organisation.

“We would like to thank all our local costumers and we look forward to your continued support. Fifty years is an incredible milestone. St. Maarten is a strong country and we have seen this after the hurricane last year,” said De Paulo on Sunday evening.

Source: The Daily Herald