Victoria Mutual hosts Home and Auto Expo this weekend

Thursday, March 21, 2019

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KINGSTON, Jamaica — The Victoria Mutual Group will be looking to spread “happiness” and useful financial education to Jamaicans from all walks of life with its 2019 Home and Auto Expo to be held this Saturday and Sunday.

VMBS said the expo, which is in keeping with the Group's mission to provide such information will be held at its Half-Way Tree location at 73- 75 Half-Way Tree Road, Kingston 10.

Attendees are expected to be treated to two days of information, education and “amazing deals to help them achieve home ownership, motor vehicle acquisition and save or invest towards their big goals”.

There will also be an on-the-spot account opening, mortgage pre-approval, as well as auto and personal loan applications, VM said.

"We're staging this Home and Auto Expo because we want to equip our members and prospective members with the knowledge they need to make the best decisions possible. We're in the business of helping Jamaicans achieve financial independence and this Expo is designed to provide the tools to do exactly that," said Paul Elliott, vice president sales and service.


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