Wednesday, 17 January 2018

Our 10 Most Popular Posts of 2017

Our most popular posts this past year range in topics from lawn care and home improvement tips to contractor financing, real estate and consumer products. If you missed out on these articles or want to add a few to your to-do list for 2018, they'll keep you busy no matter your skill level or expertise. Also, the products we recommend in the various articles are still available at our mega store.
1 - Buying a L'Armitage Monchy Land and House Package is the right choice for millennials and it's easier than ever before. Simply because huge down payments are not necessary. While lenders are looking more closely at borrowers today than in recent years, there are options for purchasing your first home.
2 - Let it echo far and wide! Rayneau's 0% Contractors' Financing is the best deal our local small to medium contractors can get - it's taking the country by storm. You can take that to the bank!
3 - There are still plenty of criminals interested in breaking into your home. However, that doesn’t mean you can’t make it tough for them! The first step in home crime prevention is to eliminate opportunity, and it’s up to you to cut those chances.

Read the full article here: 6 Solutions to Protect Your Home and Family From Criminal Intrusion

4 - Over the years, the kitchen has morphed into the core of the house where meals are prepared, a place where your family eats and talks, a place where you entertain guests, a place where you keep and store everyday items. As such an important room in your home, you want your kitchen to feel clean, organized, and comfortable.

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5 - In this ever changing technological world, where new products keep on entering the construction and industrial markets daily, Rayneau ensures that it wastes no time in providing its clients and customers with these latest improved products which will make their work more efficient and sustainable. The store's phrase "At Rayneau, We've Got It!" lives up to its name.

6 - The Fire Gone Fire Extinguisher is a piece of equipment everyone should possess. This small aerosol can, could be the difference between life and death.

According to the St Lucia Fire Service cooking is the major cause of fire in the home. Yet how many people would say they have on hand an equipment to fight fire with, if this situation arose.
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7 - You think you have stress? What about your lawn? The sun beats down on it. People walk all over it. It's thirsty, and weeds want to take over. Yes, it's rough out there in the yard. But you can take some easy steps to help your lawn cope with the stresses of these dry months. 
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8 - Do you ever walk into your house, look around and just feel bored? Admit it, once in a while we all long to do something more dramatic with that lovely living room or cozy family room — to make a statement of some kind, to decorate with impact.

9 - The Emancipation Day, 3-day weekend is approaching and it’s a great opportunity to sit down, by yourself or with your kids, and work on a project. Not every weekend is meant for outdoor adventures and late nights out with your friends. If you're thinking of staying home this weekend and having a little bit of "me time," try one of these easy DIYs to keep you entertained.

10 - You have had that urge to do some updating on your house for some time now. The summer holidays are over, the kids are back in school and the festive season is round the corner, therefore you believe  that now is a good chance  to do some upgrading. Whether you’re eyeing a new counter top for the kitchen or just can’t wait to tear out some old tile in the bathroom, practically every home owner has a remodeling itch that’s just begging to be scratched.

Saturday, 13 January 2018

5 Reasons to add ”Shop Rayneau” to Your List of Resolutions for 2018

“Making resolutions is a cleansing ritual of self-assessment and repentance that demands personal honesty and, ultimately, reinforces humility.  Breaking them is part of the cycle.” – Eric Zorn

Every time a new year rolls around, people set out to better themselves. They promise they will lose weight, find a new job, or maybe even take that vacation they've always talked about.

Resolutions can come in many forms.  Some people make a promise to change a bad habit, such as quitting smoking or eating less junk food. Other popular resolutions include:
  • Get Organized
  • Save More Money
  • Enjoy Life
  • Get—and Stay—Healthy
  • Learn Something New
  • Help Others Pursue Their Goals
  • Find Love
  • Spend More Quality Time with Family Members

 As to where or how resolutions first originated we do not know.  What we do know is that resolutions were already recorded by the Babylonians over four thousand years ago, and that they believed that whatever a person did on the first day of the year had significant effects on their lives all year long.  It is, in fact, well known that New Year’s resolutions do not have much of a success rate.  Yet, while many folks choose to skip the annual goal-setting phenomenon, many St Lucian adults do indeed set at least one resolution in honor of the New Year.

Unfortunately for many of us the results of our resolutions take on an all too familiar pattern.  The first of the year we start off absolutely determined to follow through on our goals.  Excited and invigorated, we think that this year will be different from the last, when our resolutions went by the wayside.  But, once again, come February or even earlier, the majority of us have abandoned our goals altogether.  Most all New Year resolutions have the common theme of becoming a better person.  We endeavor to improve ourselves, yet many more resolutions end up unmet than kept.

So this year you have decided by all means necessary to stick to your set resolutions - way to go! "Shop Rayneau" we suggest should be on your list. This “Ahah!” Shopping Experience you are looking for can only be found at our mega Store in Corinth. Guaranteed!

1 - We will continue to have frequent and timely promotions of our products to ease the burden on your shopping purse.
2 – You need not bother about someone breaking into your vehicle while you shop with us. In our parking lot we have you covered.
3 – Our products are from top brands and we seek to update them on a regular basis to provide the quality you seek.
4 - Our prices are very competitive.
5 – Well, when it comes to customer service we are second to none. We treat our customers like family and provide them with all the best solutions.

Make shopping at Rayneau in 2018 part of your New Year’s  Resolution. It’s guaranteed to work for you.

Sunday, 31 December 2017

RG Group Extends Happy New Year To Customers and Clients

During the Holiday Season more than ever, our thoughts 

turn gratefully to those who have made our progress 

possible. And in this spirit, Management and Staff of RG 

Group of Companies sincerely say Thank You and Best 

Wishes for a Happy and Prosperous New Year.

With 2017 winding down and 2018 right around the corner, 

we wanted to say thank you for doing business with us and 

we applaud your continued support in the future

Sunday, 24 December 2017

6 Greatest Gifts To Give at Christmas !

Christmas Is More About Giving Than Receiving.

It is better to give than receive. We hear it all the time - especially this time of year. But sometimes I wonder if we really believe it.

We say the phrase as if the generalization is a forgone conclusion. We print it on bumper stickers and billboards. We teach it to our children. And we mutter it under our breath when circumstances don’t go as expected.

But in reality, the axiom is difficult to live out.

We live in a world that seeks personal gain, even encourages it. And as a result, we want to make sure the things we receive are equal to the gifts that we give especially during Christmas.

Christmas is a celebration of love and joy and peace. These are the greatest gifts we can ever give. But they are often the most difficult—especially if we have not received them from others.

We dig in our heels. We decide we will offer forgiveness, but only if they make the first phone call. We will show love, but only after they sacrifice something. And we may respond in goodness, but only after they start showing some kindness to us first.

Suddenly, we fall into the same foolish trap believing it is better to receive than give.

But the themes of Christmas should not be kept to ourselves. They can only be experienced when given away.

       Love Christmas is a season of love—a celebration of sacrificing what we have to show appreciation to those who mean the most. And while expressing love to another may be the most beautiful thing we can ever do, it can also be one of the most difficult—especially when those who should love us the most withhold it. Love anyway. True love is not self-seeking. It keeps no record of wrongs. And demands nothing in return.

        Joy. This world never allows for perfect circumstances. And those who wait to find joy in them never will. It is unwise to base our happiness fully on the actions of others. But that doesn’t mean we can’t bring a little joy into the life of another by the things that we do and the words that we say. We can still be intentional about spreading joy wherever we go.

       Peace - Family and personal relationships can cause conflict, turmoil, and stress at any time, but the tensions are often heightened during the holidays. Offer the gift of peace this Christmas by taking the first step. One phone call or conversation may not make amends for years of hurt, but it is still the first step that needs to get taken by somebody.

        Hope - Hope is one of the greatest assets in the entire world. It is one of the greatest treasures we can ever find for ourselves. And it is one of the greatest gifts we can ever give to somebody else. See the good in others. Believe in their greatest potential. And encourage often.

        Reconciliation At its heart, Christmas is a story of reconciliation. A baby was born to offer forgiveness to those who need it most. In the same way, the holiday season creates opportunity to offer forgiveness and reconciliation to those who need it most in our lives. We can take the first step. Even before an apology has ever been uttered, we can lay the foundation for reconciliation that makes it possible.

        Goodwill - People may desire to harm us, but wishing pain and suffering upon them in response only compounds the hurt. Harboring resentment, ill will, and bitterness in our hearts allows their actions to control us indefinitely into the future. On the other hand, wishing goodwill upon those who hurt us frees our soul. And it allows us to move on to better things.

These are the themes of Christmas and we should grant them freely. The greatest gifts we can give during Christmas are the very things we most desire to receive.

Merry Christmas from the staff at RG Group of Companies Ltd.

Saturday, 23 December 2017

Team Leader's Christmas Message to Employees

Every year during the peak of the festive season CEO and Team Leader of RG Group of Companies Ltd takes time off his busy schedule to officially recognize the diligent work done by his employees throughout the year and wish them Happy Holidays.

This is the time of the year when Mr Gajadhar usually reflects on what has been achieved during the year both personally and by his company. 2017 he thinks, has been a challenging year for him and the Group and he feels very proud of what has been achieved and very appreciative of all the hard work put in by his team despite having to cope with a major loss this year. 

The team leader, saddened and in much grief, also reflected on the contributions of those employees who lost their lives during a tragedy at the RG Quarry – a very unfortunate incident that impacted the company. He urges all employees to keep these workers and their families in their thoughts during the holiday season. 

Mr Rayneau Gajadhar
In spite of a year that had its many challenges, Mr Rayneau Gajadhar remembers to say Merry Christmas.

"As we reflect on the past year, we are aware of those who have worked side by side with us to shape and grow our business.  What a pride it is for us to have the best workers, true professionals with a desire to excel and who dream of a better tomorrow for themselves and their loved one! With a very grateful heart, we say thank you for your dedication and warmest wishes for a happy holiday season. We couldn’t do it without you.

There is no doubt that our team is one of our greatest strengths as an organization, along with our culture. We talk a lot about “Creating Opportunities, Building Your Future” and we are all truly privileged to work in a job where we can make a difference in the lives of others every day. It is really important that we continually recognize and appreciate that it is indeed WE (as a collective) who make the greatest difference, and not any one individual. Our team and the culture we foster underpin all the good work that we do and the lives that we are able to help change.

As we reflect upon the achievements of this year and look forward to the challenges and opportunities that next year holds, I would like to thank the entire team for their hard work and commitment and to wish each of you and your families a safe and happy Christmas and a healthy and successful year ahead.

Christmas is a time of celebration, joy and togetherness and I certainly hope that these sentiments can be enjoyed by all families connected with The RG Group of Companies over this period.

I hope the New Year brings renewed hope, energy and success. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.”

Rayneau Gajadhar

Thursday, 21 December 2017

Highlights of Rayneau's "Meet Santa" 2017 - a Big Thank You!

The management and staff of Rayneau would like to thank customers, parents, and friends for attending its recent ‘Meet Santa’ event  -- the grand finale of its 2017 Christmas promotions. 

Only in its second year, the event was, once again, an incredible success, and we hope all participating enjoyed it as much as we did. On behalf of our team, thank you for spending the day with us.

It was great to have the opportunity to meet so many of you face to face and it was fantastic to see so many parents with their children in the same space, enjoying themselves. We hope you had the chance to meet Navita Jarbandon,the top lady at Rayneau, the individual customer sales representatives in each Department,the marketing team,Natasia Tallian, an executive in admin, as well as others who all worked tirelessly to make this event a success.

 “Meet Santa” once again proved to be a great success for Rayneau. Santa, amidst an exuberant fanfare of shouts and cheers made his entrance; with his weighty red bag of toys flung over his shoulder, he slowly descended the stairs leading from the administrative office to meet the guests, who were eager to to see the activites get underway. 

Team Rayneau wearing bright green jerseys were all set to get the ball rolling – the store’s interior décor was dashingly captivating creating the perfect ambiance for the day's planned activities. 
                                 Highlights from "Meet Santa" 2017
Throughout the day both adults and the children participated in our various events – games, toys distribution, photo-shoots with Santa, face painting, giveaways, karaoke singing and of course the serenading by team Rayneau was really something to talk about. It was a day which will be etched on the minds of all those who were present.

Once again, we would like to thank you for spending such an enjoyable day with the Rayneau team and we look forward to seeing you next year.

Tuesday, 19 December 2017

Thank You For Shopping Rayneau in 2017

With Christmas now upon us and the New Year looming, RCIP Ltd Team Leader/CEO, Rayneau  Gajadhar, recently paused to reflect on the year that has been and pass on his well wishes to RCIP's loyal and valued customers 

Mr. Rayneau Gajadhar
"As 2017 draws to a close, I would like to extend best wishes for the holiday season. We celebrate this time of year in many different ways, depending on our cultures, traditions and beliefs. I hope that for all of you, it is a time for relaxing with family and friends, reflecting on our many blessings, and finding ways to help those whose lives may be less blessed.

 As is usually the case at this time of the year, we all reflect on how quickly the year has passed and it is incredible to think that we will be celebrating Christmas in a few days, and in just a week after that, 2018 will have arrived.

I think it is fair to say 2017 has been a trying year for us and I thank you for your continued support during what I can probably say was the most challenging time for me and the company.  Nonetheless, it has also been a year that has seen plenty of hard work undertaken which of course makes us all look forward to enjoying the holiday season.

On behalf of the team at RCIP Ltd, please have a safe and of course, enjoyable festive season and we look forward to seeing you again in the New Year."

Rayneau Gajadhar