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NUA Insurance Agents and Brokers Support Carifta 2013
By Eileen Fielder
Mar 6, 2013 - 3:18:53 PM

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Nassau, Bahamas - Warren Rolle, Managing Director of NUA Insurance Agents and Brokers presented the Chairman of the local organizing committee of the Carifta games 2013, Basil Christie with a donation towards the hosting of the games.

“These funds will go a long way in assisting the Games” said Basil Christie. Some 500 plus athletes have already registered representing more than 27 countries.

NUA is a leading insurance agency in The Bahamas offering hurricane, fire, theft, auto, liability, accident and commercial insurance. NUA has been helping Bahamian families and businesses with their insurance needs for over 40 years.”As a proud sponsor of the Games we look forward to presenting the medals to winners of girls under 17, 4x100m relay and boys under 17, 800m” said Mr. Rolle.

Managing Director NUA presents cheque to Basil Christie

Left to right, Warren Rolle, Managing Director NUA Insurance Agents and Brokers, Basil Christie, Chairman of local organizing committee of the Carifta Games 2013, Elizabeth B. Smith, Office Manager.

Missing from this photo is Linda Thompson, Fundraising.

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