Nassau, The Bahamas, February 23, 2018 - Scotiabank continues its mission to help young people in the community become better off, recognizing that sports is a key component of youth development. For another consecutive year, the Bank is a key sponsor of the 35th Annual Hugh Campbell Basketball Tournament at the AF Adderley Gym. This year’s tournament is themed, “Appreciating Excellence Through Teamwork and Creativity”.
“This tournament aligns well with Scotiabank’s social responsibility platform - Young People in the Community - which supports opportunities to give back to youth in the community through a number of areas focusing on health and education,” said Maxine Seymour, Scotiabank’s Manager of Public & Corporate Affairs, Sponsorships & Philanthropy. “We anticipate an outpouring of support from the public as they cheer for their favourite teams this weekend and at the championship game on Monday, February 26 at 8:00 in the evening at the Kendal GL Isaacs Gym.”
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Pictured (l to r): Nakera Symonette, Senior Manager, Marketing & Public Relations, Caribbean North, Scotiabank; Sean N. Albert, VP & District Head, Caribbean North, Scotiabank; and Theresa Walker, Teacher, A.F. Adderley Junior High School.
For further information, please contact:
Manager Public & Corporate Affairs, Sponsorships & Philanthropy
t: (242) 356-1446
f: (242) 356-1601