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Shindig at Murray's Farm

Published:Friday | February 24, 2012 | 12:00 AM
Judging from his facial expression, it is clear Richard Honegan was enjoying the throw-back tunes from Fab 5 during the NCB Capital Markets farm party in Clarendon on Sunday. - Contributed Photos
Davie Martin, NCB Capital Markets manager, and his wife Kimberly cooling out on a bale of hay.
Omoi Green, Mandeville-based NCB Capital Markets wealth adviser, pauses from flipping through the Audi magazine to catch up with his client, Davan Chung.
Misha Haye (second left), NCB promotions officer, smiles alongside Ryan 'DJ Smoke' Williams (left) and Courtney and Nicola Murray, owners and operators of Murray's Farm in Clarendon.
Vernon James, NCB Capital Markets vice-president, client services, and his lovely wife Prudence (centre) join the 'bald and beautiful' Najah Peterkin, NCB Capital Markets regional manager, for a photo opportunity.
Even as the National Commercial Bank (NCB) celebrates its 175th anniversary, Mandeville businessman Lloyd Gibson (left) shares that he's been banking with NCB for 50 years, as NCB Capital Markets CEO Dennis Cohen (right) and Howard Pottinger extend greetings.
Patrick Hylton (second right), NCB Group managing director, shares the spotlight with actor Silton Townsend, aka 'Maas Gussie', and beauties Naomi Cowan (second left) and Catherine Goodall.
Sheree Martin (right), NCB general manager, marketing, communication and service delivery, and husband Wayne enjoying soca and the company of friends (from left) Debra Taylor, Chesna Haber and Diane Edwards.
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National Commercial Bank (NCB) Capital Markets clients, mostly those from south-central Jamaica, converged on the lawns of Murray's Farm in Clarendon last Sunday for a 'Farm Chic' shindig.

A fleet of Audis, courtesy of ATL Autohaus, transported guests from the parking lot to the entrance of the event, decorated with touches of 'country life', like thatch fencing and fruit stalls.

"We wanted to create a unique experience for our clients, one that would stir the childhood memories of our clients, as we show our appreciation for their support over the years," said Julian Patrick, National Commercial Bank's sponsorship and promotions manager.

"NCB Capital Markets Limited, as part of the home-grown NCB group, is proud to create a client experience utilising local resources.

"Our clients in central Jamaica seemed to have enjoyed the experience," Patrick added.

The scent of local delights wafted through the air even as Fab 5 delivered an excellent set, punctuated with entertaining anecdotes.

Guests danced, ate their fill and were excited to press flesh with the leaders of the organisation.

The event began at noon and ended at approximately 6:30 p.m., and by all indications, a good time was had by all.