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Something Extra | Wednesday

Published:Wednesday | August 17, 2016 | 12:00 AM
FLOW’s (from second left) Danielle Savory, Stephen Miller, Joanna Simpson and Kayon Wallace were out to watch the races live on the big screen in Half-Way Tree. They were joined by samba dancers Charlotte Nehm (left) and Kim Suree (right).
IPrint Digital family (from left) Andrew Reid, Kathrina Kelly, Gina Mair and Aleya Barnes.
Scotia Investments CEO, Lissant Mitchell (left) and Stephen Price, head of retail at FLOW, flank Joanna Simpson, FLOW retail channel manager, at FLOW for a photo op.
From left (back row): Floyd Morris, Ian Moore, Howard McIntosh, Ethan Moore and Dmitri Moore, FLOW’s Managing Director Garry Sinclair and wife Tracey pose for the camera in Rio de Janiero, Brazil, where they met up to watch the Olympic Games live. They are joined by Moore’s sons Ethan and Dmitri (front row).
From left Debbie Bissoon, media personailty; Elon Parkinson, head of public relations at Digicel Jamaica; Safia Cooper, CEO of Pulse Investments Limited and Staci Smith, marketing assistant at Pepsi Jamaica are all smiles at the Pepsi Refresh Tour Concert on Saturday, at the Pepsi/Red Stripe Oval.
Head of Public Relations Elon Parkinson tries to guide international reggae artiste Bugle as he attempts to beat the Buzz Wire game at the Pepsi Refresh Tour Concert.


Still revelling in the historical feat of living legend Usain Bolt's run, SOMETHING EXTRA brings you round two of the Jamaicans enjoying the 100m hat-trick.