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COK starts Summer Wave with savings promotion

Published:Friday | July 25, 2014 | 12:00 AM
From left: Carol Anglin, president, COK; Jacqueline Mighty, CEOof COK;andDr Winston Dawes of Mahogany Health and Fitness officially unveil the COK Summer of Savings package at the company'soffices recently. Mahogany has teamed up with COK to offer special deals at participating locations with the COK Bonus Card. - Contributed

COK's corporate office was the location for the company's members meeting where they were informed of its overall performance and the many financial offerings available this summer.

In what felt like a family affair, representatives of COK laid out a plethora of very attractive-looking numbers, which in the prevailing harsh economic climate could prove to be very beneficial for all of its members and those who may want to jump on to the sodality ship.

Of note is the COK Summer Wave savings promotion which offers double the amount of savings up to a maximum of $200,000 at a special interest rate, if members save an approved amount up until July.

COK will be offering the opportunity to celebrate early, with its Christmas in November promotion. With this, members can win prizes such as a 60" Smart TV, a fridge, or a living room suite, just by saving a required amount up until November 30 in their COK savings account.

One of the main points of focus at the meeting was the ongoing health challenges in the country. COK executives spoke about the realities of health in Jamaica and what they can do for their present and future members.

According to Desmond Foster, senior manager, strategic planning and development at COK, the company aims to encourage members to always keep healthy and promote health and wellness by hosting wellness activities for their members, as well as providing details of the plans they offer for security to people in their ever-growing family.

The company has circulated to its members several fliers and fact sheets with health tips.

"These materials are geared to educate us on what is necessary for a healthy lifestyle. For those of us who are not so healthy, the articles inform us of what we can do to still enjoy a full life" Foster stated.