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Toys for Tots campaign rolling along for Christmas

| 04/12/2015 | 0 Comments
Cayman News Service

Casey Keller of the Cayman Islands Motorcycle Riders Association

(CNS): Flow is helping to collect donations for the Cayman Islands Motorcycle Riders Association (CIMRA) annual Toys For Tots Charity Drive & Ride campaign by placing bins in each of its four locations for people to drop off Christmas gifts for less-fortunate children.The bins, at Flow’s Galleria Plaza, Anderson Square, Heritage Square and Countryside Village branches, will remain in place until Tuesday, 15 December.

Flow has partnered with CIMRA for the past eight years on the Toys for Tots initiative, which is now in its 10th year. In 2014, the group, which works closely with the Lions Club of Grand Cayman, distributed more than 1,200 toys to children in Cayman.

“Flow is delighted to be a part of the Toys for Tots project again this year and help CIMRA with its objective to bring as many smiles and happy faces to the less-fortunate children and families of the Cayman Islands during the holiday season,” said Julie Hutton, Flow head of marketing.

“Christmas is all about giving, and we will be encouraging our customers to embrace the spirit of the season and give generously to this cause over the next two weeks so that the CIMRA will achieve its goals and spread some Christmas joy this year to some very deserving children.”

CIMRA has set its annual Toy Run motorcycle ride from the Turtle Farm to Rum Point for Sunday, 13 December and the toys will be given out at the Lions Centre on 20 December.

For more information on the Toys for Tots project, call Keith Keller at 916-0088 or Eddie Thompson at 926-4792, or email CIMRA

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