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Published:Monday | November 4, 2019 | 12:00 AM
Past president of the Jamaica Chamber of Commerce, Larry Watson (centre), made his rounds during cocktail hour and stopped for a few photo ops. Here, he is seen with his partner Sharon Lake and Nestlé Jamaica’s country manager, Daniel Caron.
Members of the Flow family Sola Hines (left), legal and regulatory adviser, Phadra Saunders (second left), director of people, and Kim Lee, head of channel marketing (right), join Lloyd Distant Jnr, president of the JCC, for a photo op.
Always stylish in sartorial threads is Nestlé Foundation’s general manager, Garfene Grandison, who was donning a forest-green suit on the JCC blue carpet.
Collecting the Best of Chamber large Enterprise Award from Yello Media’s digital manager, Rasheed Girvan, is country manager of Nestlé Jamaica Daniel Caron.
The ladies of J. Wray and Nephew Samara South (left) and Michelle Brown add much glitz and glamour next to current president of the Jamaica Chamber of Commerce, Lloyd Distant Jnr, and past president James Moss Solomon.
Flashing megawatt smiles after walking away with the coveted Best of Chamber large enterprise award are a few Nestlé Jamaica executives. From left: Dianne Thompson, Garfene Grandison, Daniel Caron, Terriann Forrester Palmer and Ricardo Nembhard.
Nestle Jamaica’s Human Resource Special Terriann Forrester Palmer was a beauty in black and undoubtedly a head turner in this black fishtail gown with a lace neckline.

At Saturday night’s JCC Annual Dinner and Awards Ceremony and Grand Charity Ball, Nestlé Jamaica walked away for a second year with the Best of Chamber Large Enterprise Award. The team, without a doubt, showed up in fine style to the event that was celebrated under the theme ‘Celebrating History and Heralding the Future.’ Here are a few of the glitzy moments that were captured at the well-attended event inside the ballroom of The Jamaica Pegasus hotel.