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AMCHAM Rewards hosts NFL night

Published:Friday | September 19, 2014 | 9:00 AM
Ron McKay (left), chief executive officer of ADS Global and vice president of AMCHAM, is in animated discussion with Executive Director Becky Stockhausen and Cleveland Charles, political and economic chief at the Embassy of the United States of America in Kingston.
Ron McKay (left), chief executive officer of ADS Global and vice-president of AMCHAM, discussing the game with Sonia Rickards and Jamaica Public Service president and chief executive officer Kelly Tomblin.
Donovan Wignall (left), president of the Micro Small and Medium Enterprise Alliance, and Delano Seiveright, talking football.
From left: Danielle Bravo, Marek Johnston and Melissa Warner enjoying the game while other guests in the background mix and mingle.
Contributed Photos Marek Johnston and Melissa Warner caught in a happy mood at AMCHAM's NFL game get-together.
Ron McKay leads attendees in the Philadelphia Eagles theme song.
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The American Chamber of Commerce (AmCham) through its AmCham Rewards programme hosted a National Football League (NFL) game night get-together in the boardroom at the popular CRU Bar and Kitchen along Lady Musgrave Road on Monday evening.

Guests watched the game between Indianapolis Colts and the Philadelphia Eagles, with passionate support from Eagles jersey-clad AMCHAM vice-president and chief executive officer of ADS Global, Ron McKay. The Eagles defeated the Indianapolis Colts 30-27, moving them to 2-0 on the 2014 NFL season.

The evening was complete with live music, ample food and drinks, and animated conversation.

significant savings

Guests also checked out the sweet travel deals offered through the Amchamrewards.com platform. It is a benefits, lifestyle and savings platform that is tailor-made for the American chambers of commerce throughout the Caribbean and Latin America. The programme offers members a network of services and products with significant savings.

Among those in attendance were AMCHAM executive director Becky Stockhausen; Jamaica Public Service (JPS) president/chief executive officer, Kelly Tomblin; political and economics chief at the US Embassy, Cleveland Charles; MSME Alliance president, Donovan Wignall; Flow/Columbus Communications, corporate affairs manager, Tanikie McClarthy; attorney Kent Gammon; Delano Seiveright; Tess-Maria Leon, Danisha Scott, Sonia Rickards, Marek Johnston, Melissa Warner, Danielle Bravo, councillor Michael McLeod and Joy Roberts.

The American Chamber of Commerce of Jamaica was established in May 1986, in Kingston, under the auspices of the Chamber of Commerce of the United States of America and Association of American Chambers of Commerce in Latin America. There are more than 100 American Chamber of Commerce affiliates in more than 100 countries worldwide.