Auto Trade official make presentation to Massacre school
Auto Trade official make presentation to Massacre school

Auto Trade has formed a partnership with the Massace/Canefield Primary School as one of its initiative in celebration of 20 years of service in Dominica, a press release from the company stated.

"This partnership is Auto Trade way of recognizing excellence and making a difference in the lives of the people in the community it serves," the release stated.

"In the last 20 years Auto Trade has set a high standard of excellence in the service it has provided to the country, representing some of the biggest and best vehicle brands such as Nissan, Suzuki and KIA among others.

"We have offered quality products and outstanding customer service. Auto Trade mission to continue to provide the most innovative products state of the art vehicles and services that add value and enhance people's lives. Auto Trade is proud to partner with the Massace/Canefield Primary School in their quest for achieving excellence and shaping the life's of our future leaders.

"As the initial contribution under the partnership, Auto Trade Ltd contributed an 11 Cubic Feet Refrigerator and four fans to the Massacre/Canefield Primary School. This donation represents part of a three-year partnership agreement with the school.

"The Principal, Elizabeth Xavier Dailey, who received the items on behalf of the school, expressed her sincere gratitude to the Management and Staff of Auto Trade Ltd. She indicated that the items could not have been received at a more opportune time especially the fans. These will most certainly be put to good use; to keep some of the classrooms cool and comfortable for the students hence creating a better learning environment.

"Cedric Sookhoo, Business Development Manager at Auto Trade said the company recognizes early childhood education as an important basic tool that helps to provide children with an opportunity to have a successful future and to become productive men and women of their community and country", the release stated.