Rusea’s Old Students get Vacation Financing Update

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Rusea’s Old Students get Vacation Financing Update

Shawn Cornwall (left), Customer Service Representative Supervisor at the JNBS Toronto Office presents Eva Richards with a prize at the Rusea’s Old Students’ Association Dinner Fund Raiser.

Members of the Rusea’s Old Students’ Association, Canadian Chapter, were given one-on-one consultation sessions on the products and services that JNBS offers at the Association’s fund raiser dinner, which was held recently at the St. Peter and Paul Banquet Hall in Scarborough,Toronto.

 Harrington Stephenson, Operations Manager at the JNBS Toronto Office, said members were  informed of the Society’s Vacation Account which was launched earlier this year. He said this product was especially targeted at those who would like to return to Jamaica to celebrate the country’s Golden Jubilee or its 50 years as an independet nation.

 “August 6 will be a milestone for the country and I’m sure that many Jamaicans would like to return home for that occasion,” he said.

 The JNBS Vacation Account allows members to start saving with a minimum of $10,000 per month for five months, or deposit a lump sum of J$50,000 or the foreign currency equivalent,” he explained.

 The Associaton was informed of the incentives in opening the account, which included opportunities to enjoy the country’s natural attractions and cultural events.

 The Rusea’s Old Students’ Association, Canadian Chapter hosted the dinner to raise funds to support the actitivies of the 235 year-old school, which include providing scholarships for students and improving the facilities at the school.

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