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Sunshine Holdings Celebrates Its Senior Officers' Achievements

Sunshine Holdings Celebrates Its Senior Officers' Achievements

2/19/2015 11:45:00 AM

Sunshine Holdings Ltd celebrates with three of its senior officers as they start the year with a bang.

Recognized for their contributions and accomplishments in diverse fields, the trio holds fast to its commitments as outlined in the Sunshine Holdings’ mission statement.

In January 24, 2015 Sunshine Holdings Ltd. Chairman, Franklyn R. Wilson received the Trumpet Award in Atlanta, Georgia.

Days later, on January 31, 2015, Corporate Secretary Kyron E. Strachan was the honoree for the Red Cross Humanitarian Award.

Then on February 14, 2015 Deputy Chairman, A. Bismark Coakley was presented with the Lady Sassoon Golden Heart Award.

These awards speak to the mission and core values of the company which affirms that young Bahamians of humble origins could cooperate to own and manage large businesses and to sustain itself as a blue chip company that improves the quality of life for individuals in the communities in which they operate.

The commitment to making varied and meaningful contributions to the common good of all Bahamians is further illustrated as these senior officers shared a common sense about people.

The love of people explains why the Sunshine Holdings Group has such a low employee turnover, why business continues to grow and why Sunshine Holdings is the only non-bank listed on BISX.

Let us celebrate the achievements of the unselfish and consistent service of our directors.

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