Aquatic Club thanks MaplesFS

Ending a successful season on a sweet note, members of the Camana Bay Aquatic Club presented platinum sponsor MaplesFS with a small token of their appreciation of the financial services provider’s continued commitment to the club. 

CBAC coach Caleb Miller along with swimmers Matthew Penner and Holly Stradling, who are both members of the club’s top training group, MaplesFS Select, thanked MaplesFS for their long-standing support of the club and competitive swimming locally.  

MaplesFS has been the team’s title sponsor since 2012, assisting in a number of important areas, including travel team expenses towards overseas competitions.  

International swim meets are integral to the development of competitive swimmers and over the last year CBAC swimmers have travelled to Canada, Jamaica and the United States thanks to the support of MaplesFS.  

As a part of the sponsorship agreement, MaplesFS also established a CBAC scholarship programme to assist members in need. 

“We are very appreciative of the support CBAC has received from MaplesFS over the years,” said CBAC president Jeffrey Wight.  

“They saw the potential in our swim programs from very early on in our development as a swim club, and their sponsorship has played a key role in our success. I don’t know that we can thank them enough for the assistance they have provided to our swimmers and the club.” 

“We have continued to see the programme grow from strength to strength over the past two years, and its positive impact can be seen in the remarkable accomplishments of its swimmers and the continued advancement of the sport in Cayman,” said Scott Somerville, MaplesFS Chief Executive Officer.  

“CBAC is providing a wonderful service to its members and the wider community and I am happy that MaplesFS is able to support their efforts.” 

For more information on Camana Bay Aquatic Club, go to www.camanabayaquaticclub.com

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Matthew Penner, Caleb Miller, Peter Huber and Holly Stradling.

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