Sol (Cayman Islands) Ltd, is giving back to the island’s “heroes on the Front Line” who are making the trip every day to provide support and health care to our communities. As the nation bands together to combat the novel COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Sol is providing support to those directly on the frontlines, who, everyday make that trip to and from their place of work. To make that trip a little easier, Sol instituted a $1.00 off a fill up of fuel up to10 gallons; for doctors, nurses, hospital support staff, Lab technicians, police officers and 911 Operators from April 6, 2020 which will continue until April 17, 2020.
The $1.00 off fuel fill up discount, is valid at select Esso service stations, up to 10 gallons. Sol encourages the nation to continue to embrace social distancing and proper hygiene practices, “as we all play our part and support our heroes”.
Roger Brathwaithe, General Manager of Sol reaffirmed the company’s commitment to Cayman, “We take our corporate responsibility seriously and are mindful of the vital role that our products and services play in the communities in which we operate. This is just our way of saying thanks and supporting those individuals helping others.”
“At Sol we are committed to the health and safety of our team members, customers and the community as a top priority. As we focus on maintaining a continued, healthy work environment, we have taken extensive preventative measures to protect our staff and their families from exposure to the Coronavirus (COVID-19), to ensure that we continue to provide our products and services safely to our customers.”
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The Sol Group of companies operates in 22 countries across the Eastern Caribbean, Jamaica, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, Bermuda, Bahamas, Cayman, Belize, Guyana, Suriname, French Guiana, Martinique and Guadeloupe. Sol supplies fuels, lubricants, bitumen and LPG through an extensive service station network, with marine, aviation and commercial operations in the Caribbean.
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