Fri | Nov 16, 2018

100 Mobay, ready to entertain

Published:Friday | August 31, 2018 | 12:00 AM
Wray and Nephew Brand and PR Digital Manager Dominic Bell (right) and MoBay-based Nirvana Mag executive, Londie Murray are all smiles as they greet our photographer.
Flatbread pizza anyone? Vegetarian and meat lovers’ flatbread pizza were just some of the samplings on offer and that will be provided at 100 MoBay.
The bar team at the launch of 100 MoBay were in celebration mode and decided to cut a rug in between serving the night’s signature cocktails.
Just before his hilarious performance, local comedian Christopher ‘Johnny’ Daley posed for our lens at the launch of 100 MoBay last Thursday evening.
Artiste manager Shelly-Ann Curan and reggae artiste D’Burnz, sharing in the ‘100’ moment.
100 Marketing Manager Alexisse Chin is flanked by 100 Food and Beverage Manager Delano Reynolds (left) and reggae artiste Bugle, ahead of the evening’s performances.
Stage presence
Officially open. Following the ribbon-cutting, Sizzling Slots CEO Gassan Azan (second left) is joined inside the casino at 100 MoBay for this picture by (from left) councillor of the Spring Gardens Division, Dwight Crawford; Mayor of Montego Bay Homer Davis; Jamaica Tourist Board Director of Tourism Donovan White, Sizzling Slots Director of Operations Robin Perkins; and 100 Food and Beverage Manager Delano Reynolds.
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Dubbed a night of '100 Suite Experiences', Catherine Hall came alive with the opening of the Second City's newest hotspot - 100 Mobay.

The event, hosted by 'Intense''s Talia Soares, saw Mobay's finest, mixing and mingling, as they imbibed on house cocktails preserved by the bar team.

Patrons of last Thursday's launch were also treated to the comedic stylings of local comedian Christopher 'Johnny' Daley, followed by reggae artistes D'Burnz and Bugle, who lit up the stage with 'Fyah-full' performances. The event, which was nothing short of an appetizer for the string of nightly events that the hotspot will be bringing to the citizens of Montego Bay, had an excellent reception by members of both the public and business communities in the Second City.

"100 MoBay is a destination for all. We wanted to ensure that we had something for everyone at the launch. Johnny was outstanding, as usual, and left the crowd in stitches, as he usually does every time he does 'Johnny Live' at 100 in Kingston. D'Burnz and Bugle electrified the stage with their sets as usual," shared Alexisse Chin, marketing manager for 100.

Chin also said that the new hotspot, like it's Kingston counterpart, would host weekly entertainment events that will add to the nightlife in Montego Bay. These include Crab Mondays, 'Johnny Live' on a Thursday, and even the $500 Cue Specials on Sundays.

"We have positioned ourselves not only to add to the tourism package, but to provide wholesome entertainment for all. 100 MoBay is the perfect place for date nights as well as family outings. We have made sure that we have something for everyone ... everyone who visits, will be thoroughly entertained, and will have #100Reasons to come back," Chin exclaimed.