Rotary Sunrise Congratulates and Thanks MotorWorld!



PHILIPSBURG, Sint Maarten — On this occasion of the grand opening of the MotorWorld showroom in Cole Bay, the Rotary Club of St. Martin Sunrise would like to congratulate the Amjad Family, management, staff, and friends of MotorWorld on the accomplishment of this huge milestone. The club would also like to thank MotorWorld for the generous donation of 450 back to school back packs for school children on the island.

As a community minded corporation, MotorWorld has played a critical role in not only providing job opportunities for the community but also helping create the right environment for education of young people. Since 2013, MotorWorld has consistently provided pack to school items for young people through the Rotary Club of St. Martin Sunrise.

During this current school year, the club in collaboration with Motorworld, distributed 800 school bags with school supplies to the Methodist Agogic  Center (MAC) school at both locations, Browilia F. Maillard campus( St. Johns Estate)and Rev. John A Gumbs campus (Betty’s Estate). With MotorWorld’s continued donations, other schools will be supported as beneficiaries for this upcoming 2017-2018 year.

The back to School Project has been a signature project of the Rotary Club of St. Martin Sunrise for the last five years headed by the immediate past president Ms. Marcellia Henry. Club President, Mrs. Okama Ekpe Brook, along with four other club members received the donation from the management of MotorWorld handed over by Mrs. Rena Amjad, Mr. Reza Amjad, and Mr. Lorenzo Gomez.

In her speech, President Okama Ekpe Brook thanked the Amjad family and MotorWorld management for the continued support which helps the club to strengthen innovations in education. “Quality education is closely linked to entrepreneurship development and as a proud partner of MotorWorld, we are enabled to contribute to sustainable education and economic developments on St. Maarten’, she said.

We came for the opening and were heart warmed when the donation of 450 school packs was announced by MotorWorld. We are very grateful for your corporate social responsibility in providing needed equipment for young people at the beginning of the school year. There is no better way to start the school year for students than with a smile on their faces and this relationship enables us to continue to make a difference in the lives of many young people.  Congratulations for an excellent job on the new showroom MotorWorld, and thank you so very much for your generous support”. She concluded.

The Rotary Club of St. Martin Sunrise meets every Tuesday at the Ginger Bread Café Restaurant,  Belair Beach Hotel  from 7:00AM to 8:00AM. For more information on the club, visit our website at or email We are also on Facebook: Rotary Club of St. Martin Sunrise.