Wilson praised Wellbeing Fair
Kim Wilson, the Minister of Health, this afternoon commended AIG for their annual Wellbeing Fair.
The fair, hosted by the American International Company, was open to the building’s tenants and 340 workers.
Ms Wilson praised the company for the fair, along with its hosting of ‘lunch and learn” seminars discussing health issues.
She said: “This AIG Wellness Fair is just another example of the corporate contribution made by the company to the Bermuda community.”
She added: “I’m glad to see such great partners in this important goal to improve the health of all our residents.
“The Ministry’s vision is ‘Healthy people in healthy communities’ and events like today, supported by good corporate citizens like AIG, bring us closer to achieving this vision.”
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