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Barbados Shipping & Trading Limited is putting its money in pan.
Money goes to pan - Friday 09, July-2004
We may never know for sure the extent to which the constant
controversies surrounding the annual calypso competition influenced their
decision, but this year Barbados Shipping & Trading Limited is putting
its money in pan.
Chief executive officer Senator Allan Fields, seen here, went to West Terrace, St James, yesterday to present the National Cultural Foundation with a cheque for $30 000 to support Pan Pun De Sand and Pan Yard Lime.
He also put his mouth where his money now is, taking the opportunity to “play pan”.
Compliments of Nation
Stacia Whittaker of the HIV/ AIDS Food Bank (third from left) thanks CEO of Barbados Shipping &Trading, Anthony King (fourth from left) for the company's contribution to the Food Bank. Natasha Devonish (left), Lee-Ann Millar (second from left), Molly Crawford (second from right) and Sherril Bynoe (right) of BS&T look on.
BARBADOS SHIPPING & TRADING (BS&T) maintained
its status as one of Barbados's better corporate citizens yesterday, when
several of its subsidiaries made sizeable contributions to the HIV/AIDS
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