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Mayberry backs police

Published:Monday | June 6, 2016 | 6:00 AM
Dionne-Marie Harrison, Mayberry Investments marketing officer, with Minister of National Security Robert Montague.
Dionne-Marie Harrison (front, left), Mayberry Investments marketing officer; Alex Lawson (right), Byron Lee’s Jamaica Carnival director; Gary Peart, Ceo, Mayberry Investments; and Terrence Bent, assistant commissioner of police and president of the Police National Sports Council, in a picture-perfect mood.
Noel Whyte (left), managing director of Nowal Consulting Engineers, chats with Dr Andrea Barrett (centre), lecturer at the University of Technology, andOkelia Parredon, executive adviser at Mayberry Investments Limited. The event was Mayberry Investors Forum at Knutsford Court Hotel.
From left: Herbert Chong, chairman of Honey Bun Limited; Steven Hill, and Vilya Thomas, lecturer at the Edna Manley College of the Visual and Performing Arts, are at the Mayberry Investors Forum at Knutsford Court Hotel.
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Investment brokerage house Mayberry Investments Limited has long been associated with sporting events. In its latest partnership, the company extended its support with a $2 million donation towards the annual Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) Athletics Championships.

The event, held on Saturday, May 28 at the Police Sports Complex in collaboration with the Police Co-op Credit Union, was a tremendous success with hundreds witnessing the day's proceedings.

Chris Berry, chairman of Mayberry Investments, said that the event was well received and that the company was overjoyed to be a part of it. Berry said he would not hesitate to pledge the company's participation in future events.

"The annual event showcased friendly rivalry among competing teams and divisions within the JCF. It also showed true team spirit and engendered camaraderie. Mayberry was honoured to help to bring it to life," Berry noted.

Dr Carl Williams, commissioner of police, and Robert Montague, minister of national security, were also in attendance.

The company also hosted its most recent investors forum on May 20.