Guardian Life: The Journey Continues


Saturday, March 16, 2019

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There was a flurry of activity at the Sunken Gardens at Hope Gardens on Saturday, March 9 when Guardian Life Limited held its 20th anniversary and 19th annual awards ceremony. Team members were feted and celebrated for making the 2018 fiscal year the best in the personal financial and insurance company's history. “Guardian Life has held steadfastly to the belief that satisfied, loyal and productive team members play a central role in driving customer satisfaction, customer retention and customer loyalty, which ultimately drive revenue growth and profitability,” said company president Eric Hosin in his address.

Team members from across the island reacquainted themselves over drinks and delicious food from Alhambra Inn. Hip Top Tents & Events created an oasis-like atmosphere and al fresco dining areas. Throughout the afternoon cheers and laughter were as discernable a soundtrack as the music by the Indigenous Band. A great time was had by all.

As the company celebrates 20 years it is looking to continue its legacy and impact on the island. The message in Hosin's address was clear: “Let us work with the singular purpose of creating a legacy of which we all will be truly proud.” Saturday Social wraps coverage of the event.

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