Date set for ‘Cayman National Parade of Lights’

| 18/10/2019
Cayman News Service

(CNS Local Life): Cayman National has signed on as the title sponsor of a mainstay of the holiday season, which has now been renamed the ‘Cayman National Parade of Lights’. This annual event, which is free for all to attend, will be held this year on Saturday, 7 December, at Camana Bay from 6:00pm to 8:30pm. There will be a Christmas market, live entertainment and a visit from Santa, as well as a parade of boats adorned with thousands of lights through the Camana Bay Harbour, culminating with a spectacular fireworks display.

“The Parade of Lights event sets the tone for Christmas and with over 5,000 attendees, it was fitting for Cayman National to become a part of this notable community event that maintains the same caring community atmosphere of our former Home for Christmas event,” said Cayman National’s Marketing and Communications Managers Shari Welcome.

She added that the Cayman National 2020 Calendar, which has become a collector’s item for many local and overseas customers, will be unveiled at the event.

“We are truly pleased to take on ownership of the Parade of Lights event, which is a true family affair,” said CNB President Janet Hislop. “The partnership was a natural fit and complements our presence as the first retail bank in Camana Bay. The ‘icing on the cake’ is that we wanted something to mark the importance of our 45 years of growth with Cayman and what better way than to celebrate with the entire community.”

Randy Merren, MD of Hurley’s Production Ltd, which is a partner for the parade, said, “We are proud to have Cayman National on board the Parade of Lights event. The Hurley’s team has worked tirelessly for three years to grow the event into the iconic community staple it is today and we are proud to have a strong institution like Cayman National to further build on the Parade of Lights success.”

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