Sat | Oct 20, 2018

Something Extra | Monday

Published:Monday | September 17, 2018 | 12:00 AM
Christopher 'Johnny' Daley (left) and Wisynco Group Chairman, William Mahfood trying out the Wisynco ECO Reverse Recycling Vending Machine at the launch of their Wisynco ECO initiatives.
DJ Bambino (right) and wife Shauna-Gaye Hart are in happy mode here.
Michaela Francis (right), WATA Marketing Manager, WISYNCO with Evadne Stewart, Modern Trade Supervisor, WISYNCO.
Kamila McDonald, WATA Brand Ambassador and Certified Lifestyle and Fitness Coach, shows off her WATA bag.
(From left) Monique Magnus, Representative from BREDS Foundation, Tedra Stewart, Project Coordinator, I Love Mobay, Shelly-Ann Dunkley, Environment Communication Officer, WISYNCO ECO, and Ann-Marie Vaz, Director, One Jamaica Foundation at the WISYNCO ECO Launch.
(From left) Danielle Morrison, HR Executive, Digicel Jamaica, William Mahfood, Chairman, WISYNCO Group Limited, Jacqueline Stewart-Lechler, Stewart's Automotive Group, Alexisse Chin, Marketing Manager, One Hundred, Ryan Silvera, Sales Support Supervisor, CB Foods, Shelly-Ann Dunkley, Environment Communication Officer, WISYNCO ECO, and Akilah Campbell, Women's Football Administrator, JFF.
(From left) Kerry-Ann Clarke, Curator, Kerry Man Woman Home, Kim Bernard, Group Marketing Manager, Stewart’s Automotive Group, and Ann-Marie Vaz, Director, One Jamaica Foundation at the WISYNCO ECO Launch.
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The WISYNCO Group recently hosted the launch of their WISYNCO ECO efforts for 2018/2019 at 100 Hope Road. The launch comprised the company's three key initiatives toward sustainable development; WISYNCO ECO Club Competition, WISYNCO Recycle Challenge, and WATA Sustainability Competition. Among invited guests were representatives from the Ministry of Education, Heads of WISYNCO and partnering corporate entities, principals and teachers from various participating schools, influencers and supporters alike. Here are the highlights.