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Save on your Fuel & Give to Charity with the 2021 RUBiS Calendar

St. George’s, Bermuda, 10th November 2020: RUBiS Energy Bermuda Ltd. is pleased to announce that nine (9) local charities will benefit from the proceeds of the sales of their 2021 RUBiS Calendar. As a bonus, every customer who purchases a calendar will be able to use the included Fuel Savers package of monthly specials during 2021.

Mr. Jermaine Simons, Sales Manager of RUBiS, said: “Since 1977, the annual RUBiS Calendar has been a free giveaway to our valued customers. Our team was tasked in reinventing what the calendar brought to the table in values, and the end result was a project that would benefit not only charitable organizations that had been hard hit by 2020, but also our beloved customers who may face some uncertain times in 2021. Although this is a step in a different direction, we felt that donating to Bermuda’s charities, and offering fuel savings to our customers, was the best approach to take in 2021.  


Mr. Simons continued: “Whilst this is a departure from the historical norm of the calendar being free, we are confident that the public will see that the minimal investment of the $5 purchase price will help not only those organizations that improve the welfare of our community, but provide themselves with the opportunity to lock in future fuel savings throughout 2021. We hope this example of community give back will offset any disappointment one may have with the calendar’s price point. In addition, the fuel savings one can achieve with the purchase of a calendar is valued at $34, which is almost seven (7) times the purchase price.”

Mr. Simons continued: “The COVID-19 Pandemic has had a considerable impact on the way of life in Bermuda. Its arrival has meant a change to the way we used to do things. To adjust to this ‘new normal’, residents have had to either engage new methods of practicing traditions or foregoing them completely. The 2021 theme will reflect local traditions, dare we say, of ‘yesteryear’, and how they were celebrated. Each calendar month will feature a clearly identifiable, and relatable Bermudian tradition that has specific meaning for that month”.

Mr. Simons concluded by saying: “Our RUBiS Service Stations operators selected the nine (9) charities which are listed on the front cover. These charities are:

  • Bermuda Bicycle Association.
  • Bermuda Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.
  • Bermuda Zoological Society.
  • Big Brothers / Big Sisters of Bermuda.
  • Friends of Hospice.
  • Open Airways.
  • A.L.S.
  • Packwood Home; &
  • SCARS (Saving Children & Revealing Secrets).

For the reasonable and fair price of $5, one can have a practical calendar to help plan and organise their days, support a charity and lock-in future savings of $34 from their fuel bill. A win-win for everyone involved. The 2021 RUBiS Calendar is expected in stores on 07 December”.

For more information, please visit our website at www.rubis-bermuda.com.



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Draw 4 Chnge St Art Exhib
St. George’s, Bermuda, July 5, 2019:
RUBiS Energy Bermuda Ltd. is pleased to announce the opening of the Draw 4 Change Student Art Exhibition in the Edinburgh Room of the Bermuda Society of Arts at City Hall.

The Exhibition features over 175 pieces of original artwork submitted by primary and middle school students from both public and private schools as part of the Draw 4 Change competition launched by RUBiS and supported by the Bermuda Road Safety Council and the Royal Gazette’s Drive for Change Campaign.

Mr. Graham Redford, Managing Director of RUBiS, said, “We believe strongly in supporting our schools and students and are especially happy to have been able to launch an initiative that helps drive awareness of the critical road safety issues facing the Island whilst at the same time supporting development of the arts.”

Jermaine Simons, Sales Manager of RUBiS said, Draw 4 Change is the first phase of RUBiS’ annual Fuelling 4 a Cause(“F4aC”) Initiative. Draw 4 Change’s mission is to raise awareness and public engagement in various elements of Road Safety. Our hope is that by channelling our children’s creative talents via the Artwork Contest, the public can better understand how we can stay safe on our roads by practicing safer driving habits. All of the schools on the Island were invited to participate and there are submissions in three school grade categories that will be on display.”

Mr. Simons continued, There will be a Winner, and 2nd Place & 3rd Place Honourable Mentions for each Grade Category and prizes will be given to the student. All submitted pieces will receive points for the student’s school and these points will determine which schools will be invited to participate in RUBiS’ 2019 Fuelling 4 a Cause (“F4aC”) Campaign in November.

2018 19 F4aC Group


St. George’s, Bermuda, 4th March 2019: RUBiS Energy Bermuda Ltd. is pleased to report that the 2018 Edition of their “Fuelling 4 a Cause” promotion allowed the Company to donate over $30,000 to twelve (12) local charities.

In the 3rd year of the promotion, during a 4-week period during November and December of 2018, RUBiS donated 5¢/gallon of fuel sold to twelve (12) selected charities, and each charity was on hand to accept their awards at a presentation hosted by RUBiS on Thursday, 28th February 2019. The charities included were; Action on Alzheimer's and Dementia, Bermuda Organ Donor Association, Centre Against Abuse, Family Centre, Hamilton Lions Club, Open Airways, P.A.L.S., St. John Ambulance Bermuda, Summerhaven Trust, The Bermuda Sloop Foundation, Tomorrow’s Voices, and Westmeath Trustees.

Mr. Graham Redford, Managing Director of RUBiS, said, “We believe strongly in supporting the charities and organizations that do so much to improve the quality of life for many of our Island’s residents.”

Jermaine Simons, Sales Manager of RUBiS said, “In addition to the 5¢/gallon contribution, we provided a further incentive to the charities and to our customers. The charities were given an opportunity to win a bonus based on who was the most creative in using &/or most effectively used the media to boost awareness of the promotion and to get volunteers and supporters to vote for their organization via the RUBiS Facebook page. That bonus was won by St. John’s Ambulance Bermuda for their efforts on both Facebook and Instagram.”

The recent fourth annual Rubis Warwick 5K Fun Walk/Run took place earlier in June to raise funds for new playground equipment at Paget Primary.

RUBiS Warwick Service Station is happy to announce that the fourth annual RUBiS Warwick 5K Fun Walk/Run went off with a bang, on June 3rd. Around four hundred participants, many of them children, had a fabulous morning, walking and running the 5-kilometre route, in support of the Paget Primary Parent Teacher Association (PTA). Generous support was provided by BGA Wholesalers, Pitt & Co., Barritt’s, Apex Physiotherapy, DJ Rusty G, and St. John Ambulance.  

The funds raised by the event are earmarked for new playground equipment, for Paget Primary. The previous playground equipment, for the upper school students, was condemned for safety reasons and removed from the school property, earlier this school year. 

Teddy Terceira, General Manager of RUBiS Warwick Service Station, was pleased to say: “We are very proud to have been able to host this event for the fourth time. This year, we chose to shift our benefit focus, while keeping the emphasis on Bermuda’s children. The Paget Primary PTA were great to work with – they are a strong school family and the students are well deserving of these funds.”

Previous editions of the event have benefitted Autism patients and Autism-awareness charities.

RUBiS Warwick 5K 1

Chrystal Bean [P2 teacher], Michael Terceira [RUBiS Warwick Service Station], Erma Nisbett [Art teacher], Ted Terceira [RUBiS Warwick Service Station], Patrika Dill [PTA President], Alicia Swan [P3 teacher], and Idonia Beckles [Principal].

RUBiS Energy Bermuda is the new lead sponsor for Drive for Change.

RUBiS Energy Bermuda is to help boost road safety as the lead sponsor of The Royal Gazette’s Drive for Change campaign.

Thanks to the support of Rubis, the campaign will be able to extend its reach into the community through different events at the fuel distributor’s network of service stations and to increase public awareness on road safety.

Graham Redford, the managing director of Rubis Energy Bermuda, said: “Rubis is excited to be able to partner with The Royal Gazette on this important road safety awareness campaign.

“As Bermuda’s leading retail fuels supplier, we recognise that we have a social responsibility to help with initiatives that are in the Bermudian public’s best interest. As a company, our primary focus is on the safety of our employees, so it is a natural extension for us to try and encourage safer driving practices within the community as a whole.”

 RUBiS take lead role in Drive for Change

New sponsor: Rubis Energy Bermuda is the new lead sponsor for Drive for Change. Shown are driver Kalijai Simmons, left, and Rubis general manager Graham Redford (Photograph by Akil Simmons)

Today RUBiS Energy Bermuda Ltd. announced that their East Broadway Service Station will be re-opening following major renovations on Friday, April 27th, 2018 at NOON.

Mr. Graham Redford, Managing Director of RUBiS, said: “We are pleased to announce the re-opening of our East Broadway Service Station and Convenience Store following extensive renovations and site upgrades. This refurbishment reaffirms RUBiS’ commitment to provide the driving public with the very best customer experience possible, which includes our award-winning service in a modern and customer-friendly environment.

When RUBiS entered the local market in 2006, we committed to enhancing our offerings and improving the standards at all RUBiS’ conveniently located service stations. The modernization of the East Broadway Service Station reflects our dedication to the Retail and Commercial sectors and a testament to our commitment to elevate the safety and environmental standards of our facilities in order to provide improved benefits to our customers. A modernized Service Station and C Store provides better and faster service, along with an improved environment for both staff and customers," Redford said.

Mr. Jermaine Simons, Sales Manager at RUBiS added: “The RUBiS East Broadway location has been retrofitted with automatic smart fuel controllers, new fuel dispensers that are fully PCI compliant (like the new ones recently installed at the Terceira’s North Shore Service Station and the Raynor’s Service Station in Southampton), and an upgraded automatic tank inventory and environmental monitoring system. The upgraded environmental monitoring system is the most advanced system available, and exceeds all local and international standards for the storage of petroleum-based fuel, and as such, increases the level of safety and reduces the environmental risks associated with the storage and dispensing of fuel.

Our customers will also benefit from a refurbished C Store with new flooring, ceilings, display fixtures, food and beverage equipment, bathrooms and LED interior lighting. The convenience store also features an enhanced quick Grab-and-Go food service with both hot and cold meals & drinks.”

Mr. Redford concluded by saying: “We would like to thank our customers for their understanding and support during the closure and we look forward to welcoming them back to East Broadway where they will continue to receive the award-winning customer service we are known for.”

RUBiS Press Release here