Three companies not mentioned also sponsored the Commemorative Catalogue

Dear Editor,
Thank you for reporting on the launching of the Guyana Visual Arts Competition Commemorative Catalogue in your January 16 edition.
I notice that seven of the ten companies which sponsored the production of this catalogue – Ansa McAl, Scotia Bank, Banks DIH Limited, BK International, Citizens Bank, Digicel U Mobile and the Guyana Bank for Trade and Industry – were mentioned.

For the public record, I would like to mention the names of three other companies which were part of the corporate community that responded promptly and generously to our request for support in producing the Commemorative Catalogue. These are: Republic Bank (Guyana) Limited,   Houston Estates Company Limited and the New Building Society.

The Guyana Visual Arts Committee thanks all of the companies for their excellent support.
Yous faithfully,
Alim Hosein
Coordinator, GVACE

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