Tue | Jul 17, 2018

Christmas lyme time for Mobay Chamber

Published:Friday | December 18, 2015 | 12:00 AMMark Titus
From left: Godfrey Dyer, former president, Montego Bay Chamber of Commerce and Industry; Nina Peters, business relationship and sales manager, Jamaica National Building Society; Lee Bailey, CEO, Caribbean Cruise and Shipping Tours, and Angella Whitter, Whitter Village, Iron Shore.
From left: Karen Shakes, regional sales support, Digicel; Kevin Sunarth, district manager, First Caribbean International Bank; Mesha Bullock, regional card sales specialist; and Olivia Tate, regional sales manager, Digicel.
From left: Ricky Purkiss, regional sales manager; Audia Lawrence and Howard Dyer - business account managers for Digicel West, smile for the camera.
From Left: Andrea Gayle, human resource manager, Montego Bay Cooperative Credit Union; Ornell Bedasse, its general manager; Shantel DaCosta, Xerox Montego Bay, and the credit union’s business development manager, Keith Miller.
Sonia Clarke Bowen, first vice president, Montego Bay Chamber of Commerce and Industry, and Lal Chuganey, CEO, Elkay Distributors Limited.
From left: Shan Jackson, Century 21 Montego Bay office manager; Chaun Headley, Century 21 realtor and Gloria Henry, president, Montego Bay Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

Members of Montego Bay's business community took time out from their busy schedules to celebrate a relatively successful 2015 at Whitter Village in Ironshore, Montego Bay, on Wednesday.

Assistant Commissioner of Police Winchroy Budhoo, in charge of Area One, was on hand to provide safety tips to the business operators. He also gave an update on anticrime strategies being employed by crime fighters to curtail the escalating crime situation that has resulted in three of the four divisions under his command leading the murder statistics.

The event was sponsored by the Montego Bay Co-operative Credit Union was also used to promote the commercial-community group's first fund raiser for 2016, Food Fashion and Dance, to be held at Shoppe de Rose Hall in Montego Bay on September 30.