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A 'pink dash' before ICWI's 'pink run'

Published:Sunday | October 14, 2018 | 12:00 AM
A sea of pink for a cause! In the fight against breast cancer, everyone’s a winner! Seven Corporate teams participated in a relay race to earn bragging rights at the ICWI/Jamaica Reach To Recovery Pink Dash, recently at Emancipation Park.
From left: Toyota Rush Ambassador Terri-Karelle Reid, Toyota Jamaica Limited assistant marketing manager Tracy-Ann Fletcher and ICWI vice president Samantha Samuda, share a moment before the start of the ICWI/Reach to Recovery Pink Dash held recently, at Emancipation Park.
ICWI Road angels (from left) Deiandra Pryce, Courtney Black, Tamika Campbell and Brene Chambers, take flight after doing their part at the ICWI/Reach to Recovery Pink Dash, recently.
ICWI software engineer, Kenneth Marshall, blazes a trail to the finish line at the ICWI/Reach to Recovery Pink Dash.
From left: ICWI Road Angel Tamika Campbell; Toyota Rush ambassador Terri-Karelle Reid; CIBC’s Lisa Henry; Jamaica Cancer Society chairperson, Carolind Graham; Salada Jamaica's commercial and corporate affairs manager Tamii Brown, LASCO Distributors Promotions manager Sandra Geohagan-Green, National Commercial Bank’s Steven Baillie and Deiandra Pryce. At front is SportsMax vice president, Tanya Lee.

Seven corporate teams gathered at Emancipation Park recently to participate in the inaugural 2018 ICWI-Jamaica Reach To Recovery Pink Dash relay.

The event was held to recognise Pink Day, where Jamaicans wear pink to raise awareness about breast cancer.

The teams - The Insurance Company of the West Indies (ICWI), Salada Foods Jamaica, LASCO iCool water and iDrade, SportsMax, Toyota Jamaica, CIBC FirstCaribbean and National Commercial Bank Jamaica Limited (NCB) - competed for bragging rights.

The event, which was a build-up to the 2018 ICWI/Jamaica Reach To Recovery Pink Run, slated for Sunday, October 28, saw ICWI's team dominating the four-person relay races.

Here are some highlights.