Guarding Cayman’s history

| 07/11/2008

(CNS): Whilst an enraptured assembly of hopeful bidders had their eyes fixed firmly on the veritable trove of artifacts up for grabs at Saturday’s National Trust Mission House auction, Cayman’s leading security provider had its eyes focused squarely on the safety of everyone who took part. Co-hosted by the National Trust and Grand Old House, the auction was planned to raise money for the historic ‘Mission House’ in Bodden Town.

With a dazzling array of antiquities and Caymanian artifacts (some a century old) on display, the security experts were keeping a keen eye on more than just the guests. President and CEO of The Security Centre, Stuart Bostock, said, “We were delighted to support this event by donating one of our guards. The National Trust plays a vital role in protecting Caymanian culture through fundraising efforts such as these. We are proud to have been able to help out.”

National Trust Development and Marketing Manager, Caroline Key said, “The Grand Old House is a great example of how the preservation of a historic building can be profitable and beneficial to the community.” Expressing her gratitude to the Security Centre, Key added, “We would like to thank the Security Centre for donating their time and expertise.”

The Security Centre began providing security guards and alarm systems to businesses and homes in 1993. Today, it is the Cayman Islands’ leading full-service security and life-safety company, offering complete security solutions from electronic systems to physical services.

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