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Something Extra

Published:Friday | October 10, 2014 | 12:00 AM
Birthday girl Althea Chin (left) celebrated her special day at OMG Restaurant and Coffee Bar with close friends and family, including entrepreneur Tracy Nelson, last weekend. See Sunday's 'Outlook' for highlights. Contributed Photo
There must have been something fascinating on the phone that caught the eyes of Jamaica National's Laurel Whyte (left) and Damion Dodd at the recently held JN Corporate Mixer for clients at Jamaica Conference Centre. Contributed Photo
Ladies on site (from left) Trishana Delean, Ashlie McLaughlin and Oliviyea Smith are happy to usher guests into Wray and Nephew's Christmas promotion, held at Digicel field, Lady Musgrave Road, St Andrew, on Tuesday.
Publicist Tara Playfair-Scott gives our Something Extra lens a radiant smile, next to Olympian Asafa Powell at the launch of Wray and Nephew's Christmas promotion. photos by Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer
From left: Matthew Greenaway, head of international events, Elara, owner of the Color Festival; Kingsley Cooper, executive chairman, Pulse Investments Ltd and executive producer of Pulse and KGN8 events, franchise owners of the Color Festival in the Caribbean; Safia Cooper, director of sales and marketing and head of entertainment, Pulse Investments Ltd, with Color Festival DJs Kyle DeSouza and Jazzy T, having a blast. Color Festival, held recently at Hope Gardens and dubbed 'The Happiest Festival In The World', was a smash success and returns to Jamaica in March of 2015.

As corporate Jamaica mingles, Wray and Nephew gets ready for Christmas with the Q and Color Festival, organisers reporting success. EXTRA continues to keep you in the know, enjoy!