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Scotiabank Christmas soiree

Published:Friday | December 22, 2017 | 12:00 AMLatara Boodie
Owner of Beauty Mee Salon Simanthiae Reid (left) receives a prize from marketing manager of Scotiabank Simone Hull.
Scotiabank CEO David Noel (left) greets Paula and Andrew Pairman at the entrance to the soiree.
Senior Manager at Scotia Investment Sharnakae Stewart (left) catching up with her colleague, senior investment advisor Odessah Laiddaw.
Scotia Investment adviser Shynelle Anderson with Winston Williams from Pioneer Meat products.
Jennifer Daley (left) and her friend Nichola Hamilton are ready to party.
Nurse Ann-Marie Josephs looked amazing keeping it simple in a body con number and leather jacket.
Marketing Manager of programmes at Scotiabank Kaysia Johnson-Vaughan looking lovely in a black and white wrap dress.

Last Thursday, the main lawn of Hope Zoo was transformed into a sea of red and white with hints of silver, for the Scotiabank Christmas soiree.

Hosted by the newly appointed president and CEO David Noel, the after work soiree provided the perfect opportunity to cement the relationship between their loyal customers and members of staff.

Guests thoroughly enjoyed the mellow hits from the DJ, while indulging in some delicious hors d'oeuvres.




True to his word, Noel kept his speech very short as he thanked everyone for the phenomenal turnout. "We are here to enjoy ourselves, so let me keep this short. Thank you all for coming, and happy holidays."

Media personality Dahlia Harris conducted a few giveaways which had everyone excited and led to ecstatic cheers for the crowd whenever anyone won.

The party kicked into high gear when special guest Christopher Martin took to the stage, performing crowd favourites such as Big Deal and Paper Lovin', along with a few classics from popular Jamaican artist Beres Hammond. As many rocked to the beat, a few were tempted to take off their shoes and show off their dance moves.

One thing was for sure, Scotiabank Jamaica knows how to throw a good party, and their Christmas soiree was proof of that.