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It's Red Carnations for Corporate Clients

Published:Monday | July 13, 2015 | 7:00 AM
A very animated Deryk Meany (left), resident manager at Secrets Resorts and Spa in Montego Bay, has Sean Latty, Digicel's chief opertions officer, and Jason Corrigan (right), general manager of Digicel Business, in stitches.
Newly-weds Digicel's Marketing Director Peter Lloyd and his gorgeous wife, Kathryn, were out for the game.
Aileen Corrigan, CEO of Newcom, took a break from cheering on the Jamaica Tallawahs to strike a pose inside the newly decorated Digicel VIP Box.
Trisha Williams-Singh, senior corporate relations manager at Digicel, listens to what Phillip Paulwell, minister of science, technology, energy and mining, and Jason Corrigan (right), general manager of Digicel Business, have to say in the Digicel VIP box at Sabina Park on Saturday.
Major André Sterling (left), supply planning and customer service director at J. Wray & Nephew, joins Rohan Robinson for a drink as they discuss the exciting game between the Jamaica Tallawahs and Trinidad and Tobago Red Steel in the J. Wray & Nephew Limited box.
From left: Members of the Stewart’s Automotive Group (from left) Richard, Debbie and Duncan share lens time in the J. Wray & Nephew Limited box.
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With its brand firmly stamped on the T20 series, telecoms giant Digicel displayed red carnations for its corporate clients, their families and special guests who visited their VIP box at Sabina Park last week.

The redecorated box now features cleaner lines with pedestal tables, bar stools and white, leather upholstered seats along the perimeter walls, leaving much more room to mingle and watch the action on the field.

"We wanted more ease of movement for everyone to be able to mingle, enjoy the food and drink, charge their phones, browse the net and network," said Trisha Williams-Singh, senior corporate relations manager and host for the evening.

At least three government ministers and one opposition senator stopped by and several corporate giants, many from as far as Montego Bay, enjoyed the festivities. But amid all the excitement, Chris Gayle's dad, Henry Gayle, sat glued to the field as his son led the charge.

Meanwhile, sponsors Appleton Estate's guests certainly were not feeling any pain as between sips of the nation's favourite drink, they kept spirits warm for the entire game.