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'If everyone does a little bit, no one has to do alot'- Sinclair H. Flemming Jr

- P3 Paper Plastic Products providing community service in Fifth District
P3 workers lending a hand to fix hole in their community, the fifth district, after Hurricane Irma destroyed the territory on Wednesday September 6, 2017. Photo: Provided
More scenes of P3 workers providing community service in their community. Photo: Provided
More scenes of P3 workers providing community service in their community. Photo: Provided
Aftermath of category 5 hurricane Irma at P3 Paper Plastic Products. Photo: Provided
Aftermath of category 5 hurricane Irma at P3 Paper Plastic Products. Photo: Provided
Sinclair H. Flemming Jr, Owner and CEO of P3 Paper Plastic Products stated that his company is doing what they can to assist persons in his community that were badly affected by Hurricane Irma. Photo: Provided
Sinclair H. Flemming Jr, Owner and CEO of P3 Paper Plastic Products stated that his company is doing what they can to assist persons in his community that were badly affected by Hurricane Irma. Photo: Provided
P3's office destroyed by Hurricane Irma. Photo: Provided
P3's office destroyed by Hurricane Irma. Photo: Provided
HORSEPATH, Tortola, VI - Despite the monstrous category 5 Hurricane Irma that destroyed the majority of P3's business, they are stepping up to lend a hand within their community.

'Rebuilding the territory, economy & goodwill of people'

In an exclusive interview with our newsroom, Sinclair H. Flemming Jr, CEO and Owner of P3, stated that his company is doing what they can to assist various persons within his community.

"In my community, the Fifth District, I've been trying to clear the roadway and to fill holes in the street," noting that he cannot do everything alone but he's trying his best.

Flemming Jr disclosed to our news reporter that his company's community service efforts were also noticed by the Fifth District representative, Honourable Delores Christopher.

He expressed that she gave the company tarps and other relief items which were handed out to people that are in need of those items.

"We have been going house to house and giving people stuff, rather than having them wait in line at distribution centers like older people and elderly people," explained Mr Flemming Jr.

The Owner of P3 noted that he has also received assistance from persons in the community.

He said persons in the community would come out and help with clearing of the ghuts, removing debris and many other different things that needed to be done.

"Rebuilding the territory is the most important thing right now. We need to come together. I don't expect people to come and give 24 hours worth of community service but an idea can help. Whatever field you are in, I'm pretty sure that people need some type of help," emphasised Mr Flemming Jr.

P3 badly damaged

According to Mr Sinclair H. Flemming Jr, owner and CEO of P3 Paper Plastic Products, the majority of his business was affected in some way by Hurricane Irma. 

He stated that one location was badly damaged and the one located in Horsepath was completely destroyed, along with the office and three of his storage containers.

"We are trying to get everything back to normal while still trying to help the community," said Mr Sinclair Flemming Jr.

10 Responses to “'If everyone does a little bit, no one has to do alot'- Sinclair H. Flemming Jr”

  • rattie (03/10/2017, 12:35) Like (3) Dislike (0) Reply
    Good job st clear
  • RT2 Member (03/10/2017, 13:38) Like (2) Dislike (0) Reply
    Good looking out Steady! So proud of all you're doing to help rebuild our BVI.
  • Hmm (03/10/2017, 13:46) Like (8) Dislike (11) Reply
    How can you have trailers in a Residential area and risk people lives.. your trailer nearly ended up on someone house. Smh. Move those things from Horse Path!!!!!!
  • LCS (03/10/2017, 14:53) Like (4) Dislike (0) Reply
    That's the spirit!!! Good job.
  • Hotstuff (03/10/2017, 15:52) Like (5) Dislike (0) Reply
    Great job! But keep your trailers out of Free Bottom.
  • he has supplies (03/10/2017, 15:58) Like (3) Dislike (2) Reply
    hear he is the new district rep lol
  • .... (03/10/2017, 20:25) Like (3) Dislike (4) Reply
    Please remove those containers they are a hazard move them for one place to the next still not properly hold down oh how we don't learn anything hope you don't run for office do see how cut
  • Totally agree (04/10/2017, 06:20) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    I totally agree, if everyone just do a little our home can bounce back to what it once was. Let us get up and help instead of waiting on someone else to do it for you. We the people can bring back Natures Little Secret.
  • voter (04/10/2017, 10:14) Like (2) Dislike (1) Reply
    KEEP BEING POSTITVE YOUNG MAN


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