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Published:Monday | August 26, 2019 | 12:00 AM
From left: Country Manager of FLOW Jamaica Stephen Price engages Wisynco’s Jermaine Brown, Jamaica Broilers vice-president Lennox Channer, and Restaurants of Jamaica team captain Andrei Roper.
Representatives from the recipients of the ‘Most Runners in the Top Five’ award, FLOW Jamaica, bust a move before accepting their trophy from Minister of Health and Wellness Dr Christopher Tufton (left).
‘Reeling in’ the first-place prize yet again, team Rainforest’s marketing manager, Bethany Young, is flanked by the top female performer, Alison Sutherland (left), and Romaine Baker. 
Kemar Leslie (left) and Ricardo Josephs were only too happy to have finished among the top five in the 2019 Jamaica Moves Corporate Challenge.
Dr Christopher Tufton (left) presents FLOW Country Manager Stephen Price with a Jamaica Moves cap as a symbolic first nomination to the upcoming Corporate CEO Challenge.
Members of team Rainforest Seafoods accept their first-place award from Dr Chris Tufton (centre).

The third circuit of the Jamaica Moves Corporate Challenge has come to an end and Rainforest Seafoods has successfully defended their 2018 title and has once again reeled in the title of ‘Challenge Champion’ with a whopping 795 points. However, the win did not come easily with FLOW Jamaica, Jamaica Broilers, Wisynco and Advanced Integrated Systems (AIS) also in pursuit of the title, rounding out the top five. Here are the highlights.