Sat | Dec 16, 2017

Something Extra | Monday

Published:Monday | November 27, 2017 | 12:00 AM
FLOW social media executives (from left) Sean Reid, Amanda David, Andrew Brown and Loteshea Hutchinson.
The heavyweights (from left) Robert Russell, co-founder of Reggae Sumfest; Ricardo Nuncio, managing director of Heineken; Joe Bogdanovich, Caribbean Love Now; Prime Minister Andrew Holness; Minister of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport Olivia Grange; and Lloyd Distant, CEO, Hardware and Lumber Ltd.
From left: Tishan Lee, director, marketing strategy and economic development at JPS; Carlo Redwood, vice-president of marketing at FLOW; and Loeri Robinson, executive financial and investment adviser at Sagicor Bank, having a grand time.
Nicola Muir (left) and Cigale Wilson out to support their Caribbean neighbours.
Heidi Clarke, director of programmes for Sandals Foundation, and her son, Luke, came out to support the worthy cause.
Stefano Sale and Shahnou Yale enjoying the benefit concert.
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Owner of Reggae Sumfest, Joe Bogdanovich, organised a monumental concert to assist our hurricane-ravaged Caribbean neighbours. The Caribbean One Love Jamathon benefit concert, held at the National Indoor Sports Complex, brought out some of the best Caribbean artistes, corporate sponsors and national leaders.