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EC Global backs Kiwani’s 2013 Car Raffle

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Leathon Khan

EC Global Insurance is giving back to the community in a very tangible way.

For the second year, EC Global has partnered with the Kiwanis Club of St. Lucia in the staging of their 2013 Car Raffle – in aid of ongoing charitable projects.

EC Global provided an unbeatable fully comprehensive insurance offer for the first year on the top prize of a brand new Suzuki Celerio. The lucky winner will enjoy the full benefits of one of EC Global’s specially branded motor policies, the Global Supreme Policy or the Angel Advantage Policy. The Angel Advantage plan was developed exclusively for female drivers.

Additionally, the winner will enjoy the security and peace of mind knowing that their newly acquired car is safely insured with a strong, reputable company and that the strength of EC Global is on their side.

EC Global CEO, Leathon Khan said, “EC Global is very pleased to again be associated with this major fundraising project. We place a high priority on our involvement in the community. As part of the ECFH family, EC Global is happy to collaborate with like-minded groups like Kiwanis in undertaking projects and initiatives which benefit the community. These initiatives are well aligned with the ECFH Group philosophy of a strong commitment to corporate social responsibility.”

The Kiwanis Club of Saint Lucia has been a very active service club in St. Lucia since 1982 and has undertaken a number important community service projects which have positively impacted the lives of St. Lucians.

EC Global recognizes the critical importance of the projects and charities supported by the Kiwanis Club as well as other charitable groups and had made a concerted effort to provide assistance wherever possible to such groups and associations.

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