Mercantil Commercebank has joined the Doral Business Council’s Legacy Awards Gala as the title sponsor for the 2012 inaugural event on Oct. 27.
The Legacy Awards will honor those individuals who have dedicated years of public and private service to the growth and expansion of the City of Doral.
Through the diligent efforts of the three honorees, Doral has become a thriving and prosperous city. The inaugural 2012 Legacy Award signifies the great appreciation felt by the Doral community and the businesses within it.
The first award honorees are: Doral Mayor Juan Carlos Bermudez; Juan Del Busto, Regional Executive of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta-Miami Branch; and Stephen Musolino, Founder and President of Casa Linda Tile.
The honorees will be recognized for their achievements during a gala dinner and dance at Doral Golf Resort & Spa, Friday, Oct. 27 at 7 p.m.
“As a part of the Doral community, we are proud to participate as the title sponsor of this event that honors such outstanding individuals,” said Sonya Cañas,Mercantil Commercebank Vice President/Commercial Banking Manager, West Region. “We look forward to continue working closely with Doral Business Council and making a difference in the dynamic City of Doral.”
Great Florida Bank and the Miami Dolphins Foundation have also committed to sponsoring the DBC 2012 Legacy Awards Gala. For more information or to sponsor the DBC Legacy Awards Gala, visit www.doralbusiness.com or tel. the DBC office at 305-470-9597. A portion of the event’s proceeds will be donated to charity.
Mercantil Commercebank N.A. is one of the largest banks in South Florida serving its community for over 30 years. Mercantil Servicios Financieros (MSF), a Venezuelan company, beneficially owns the Bank through U.S. bank holding companies. MSF is the largest provider of financial services in Venezuela with more than 85 years of experience.
Since its formation in 2004, the Doral Business Council has been a force for economic development, increased business awareness and continued professional support with a corporate membership of over 250 companies and 700-plus members.
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