Mrs. Martha Wallace, manager of Janaees Uniform Center, found a special way to show love for the 50th Anniversary of Bahamian Independence. She wanted to make sure that the precious children from children’s homes in New Providence could feel the Independence spirit, just as the rest of the country is gearing up to celebrate the Golden Jubilee.

Mrs. Wallace has provided all the children from two children’s homes 50th Independence Anniversary T-shirts. She paid a special visit to the homes, speaking with administrators as well as the children. She wanted to let them know how special they are and how they will not be forgotten as the country commemorates Independence.

“I got to meet the children and I chatted with them under a big tamarind tree,” Mrs. Wallace said, “They were truly happy.”

The shirts she gifted to them were emblazoned with the Bahamas 50th Independence Anniversary logos.

She encourages public and private institutions in The Bahamas to show a gesture of love to those who may need the attention most during this time of celebrations so that every single Bahamian can feel a part. By letting your fellow citizens know how important they are, she said, the nation grows stronger.
Janaees has been a staple in the community, providing uniforms for most schools in the country, as well as work uniforms for numerous fields of occupation, since 1993.

Located on Chesapeake Road, Janaees also provides garments for all the uniformed branches of government. Over the years, Janaees has donated uniforms and school supplies to many outreach ministries over the years, including Centerville Seventh Day Adventist Church, Believers Assembly International in Carmichael, and Great Commission Ministries, Wulff Road, to name a few.

Janaees’ motto is “We Go Everywhere” and its mission is to add value to deliver comfortable and affordable clothing and services to customers. Janaees commits to always valuing customers’ opinions and is eager to receive and respond to the feedback, to improve the value added and make a difference in the community.


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