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Published:Friday | March 24, 2017 | 3:00 AM
These women added lots of colour and positive vibrations to Tuesday’s press conference at the Trench Town Multipurpose Community Centre at Fifth Street, Trench Town, which was hosted by members of the Rastafarian faith. From left: Beverley Hall, Dee Kyne, Maxine Stowe, and her daughter Azizi Umi.
Azizi Umi made quite a fashion statement with her beautiful dress, colourful headpiece, wooden bangles and pretty straw bag, which she topped off with a gorgeous smile, while attending Tuesday’s Rastafari press conference at the Trench Town Multipurpose Community Centre.
The beautiful duo of Elizabeth Sway (right), brand manager, carbonated beverages, Pepsi-Cola Jamaica, and Krystal Tomlinson at the launch of the Wray & Nephew ‘Contender’ Season Seven, held recently at the spirits company’s headquarters.
Elizabeth Sway (right), brand manager, carbonated beverages, Pepsi-Cola Jamaica; and J. Wray & Nephew Limited executives Pietro Garmenga (centre), marketing manager; and Alison Moss-Solomon, public relations manager, at the launch of the Wray & Nephew ‘Contender’ Season Seven.
Jorge Figueras, business development manager, Naturally Almond, Eagle America Corp, does the Usain Bolt ‘To the World’ stance, guided by Tricia ‘Sparks’ Spence, at the official launch of Naturally Almond brand of beverages on Wednesday, March 22, at the Eden Gardens Hotel.
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Extra brings you highlights from the launch of Wray & Nephew 'Contender' Season Seven, held recently at the spirits company's headquarters . There is also a pop of colour and culture from Tuesday's Rastafari press conference at the Trench Town Multipurpose Community Centre, and, of course, some fun from the launch of Naturally Almond beverages on Wednesday, March 22, at the Eden Gardens Hotel.