Treats aplenty were on the menu Sunday last as National Commercial Bank made fatherhood and family bonding the focus at its inaugural Father’s Day Brunch at the lush Villa Ronai, off Old Stony Hil Road.
Three hundred of the NCB Group’s top-tier customers from NCB Capital Markets, NCB Private Banking and Visa Signature, and their families celebrated dad in a memorable way.
Indeed, a family that breaks bread together stays together and, according to Steven Gooden, NCB Capital Markets CEO, “We are happy to create opportunities for our customers to spend quality time with their loved ones and do our part in cultivating a society that is conducive to raising healthy families, engendering positive work attitudes and ultimately doing good business”.
Menu offerings included cedar wood-roasted salmon and low-and-slow smoked BBQ pork courtesy of award-winning caterer Gariel Ferguson and sushi rolls from NCB’s Sushi Sunday Bar courtesy of on-property restaurant Majestic. There was, too, the Whisky Lounge where dad could talk shop or ‘beat’ dominoes and ludo with the boys in between sips of single malt and puffs of complimentary cigars.
Sweet treats came courtesy of Candy Craze and tropical flavours of Liqy Liqy ice pops. It all came together perfectly in a setting created by DEC Events décor artist Dawn Leyow and the Main Event team.
Thursday Life pulled up a seat.
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