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‘Twas a RJRGLEANER Cross Country Invasion

Published:Friday | January 27, 2017 | 12:00 AM
Enjoying her snow cone.
It was a sweet dance off mimicking Neville Bell.
Matthew Edwards eyes a bubble blower while getting his face painted.
Persons line up for a turn in the First Heritage Co-Operative Credit Union money grab machine.
Members of the audience were invited to do their best in mimicking Neville Bell's dance.
A pretty painted face.
Petagaye Forester (left), instructor for the HEART college of beauty services, oversees as Kayfian Gayle polishes her newly learned skill of rope-twisting at the HEART Trust booth.
Puppeteer Richard Atkinson puts on a show with dancing puppet Rufus to the delight of this young man.
The crowd enjoying the activities.
I want one of that.
Dahlia Harris (right) speaks with Karen Bhoorasingh of Guardian Group General Insurance.
It was a race to the end at the Breeze booth.

Scores of persons turned out yesterday for the launch of the newly formed RJRGLEANER Communications Group's 'Cross Country Invasion' at Emancipation Park, St Andrew.

The invasion will see the RJRGLEANER group invading various sections of the island over the next few weeks embarking on various charity-based visits and entertainment events.

Judging by the launch, which featured exciting, fun-filled activities, performances from several popular entertainers, as well as some steamy juggling from Hitz FM's DJ Tropical and Fame FM's DJ Kurt Riley, the invasion is poised to become one of the most talked about events this year.

The RJRGLEANER Communications Group Cross Country Invasion will include visits to churches on Sundays, weekly activities at small businesses, visits to infirmaries and children's homes, roadshows and sporting activities, as the merged multimedia giant announces its new name to the world.

Check out the highlights of the launch.

VIDEO: RJRGLEANER Cross Country launch