Windhoek, July 17 – Jacquiline Pack, Executive Officer of Marketing and Corporate Communication Services at Bank Windhoek, emphasized the importance of connecting with like-minded individuals who share passions, hobbies, professions, or challenges. She made this statement while announcing Bank Windhoek’s extended support for the Seawork Seafood Festival, organized by Connect People to People (CPTP). The festival will take place from Thursday, 27 to Saturday, 29 July 2023, at the Olympia Swimming Pool in Windhoek.
The Seawork Seafood Festival started in 2022, attracting 1,500 visitors and raising N$43,000 for charity. This year, the festival aims to increase its attendance to 2,000 visitors and contribute an estimated N$150,000 to charity through the Havana Nights Charity Fund Raiser Auction and Dinner.
Pack highlighted Bank Windhoek’s commitment to driving positive change and its eagerness to support the event due to its charitable nature. All funds raised during the charity night on Thursday, 27 July 2023, will be dedicated to the Seawork Cares Trust.
She encouraged CPTP to create a unique and memorable experience for festival attendees, offering world-class seafood cuisines, games, a children’s play park, live local music, and family entertainment. Pack stated, “This event will provide a diverse range of activities suitable for all ages, catering to everyone’s preferences. We invite our customers and staff members to join in the festivities as well.”
Pack invited festival-goers to seize the opportunity to immerse themselves in a celebration of music, embark on a culinary journey, savour exquisite seafood, and experience a sense of positivity. Tickets for the Bank Windhoek Seawork Seafood Festival are available for purchase through Web Tickets Namibia. Both businesses and members of the public are encouraged to attend and show support for the Charity Night. – Namibia Daily News