Published: Wednesday | September 12, 2012 Comments 0
SOCK IT TO THEM! Fresh back on the island from Europe, LIME brand ambassador and triple Olympic medallist Yohan Blake stopped by LIME's corporate office on Monday, where Garry Sinclair, managing director, presented him with some of his favourite home comforts - funky multicoloured socks! Blake was also given a framed screenshot from a recent LIME commercial which features the athlete wearing his signature footwear of choice. - Contributed
Digicel's Tamiann Young (right) welcomes the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra's Benjamin Pope (second right), conductor, and Clio Gould (left), violin leader, on their arrival in Jamaica on Monday. - Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer
Misha Haye (left), promotions officer, NCB; Benjamin Pope (centre), conductor, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra; and Julian Patrick, sponsorship and promotions manager, NCB, acknowledge our lens. The orchestra arrived in Jamaica on Monday. - Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer
From left: Pulse CEO Kingsley Cooper, Wray & Nephew's Jared Samuel, Pulse's Safia Cooper, High Court judge Ingrid Mangatal join JFF President Captain Horace Burrell (front left) for a champagne toast at Pulse's MVP Fridays at Studio 38 as Jamaica celebrated a historic victory over the United States. - Contributed
PAJ President Jenni Campbell (centre), former Gleaner Editor-In-Chief Wyvolyn Gager (right) and Pure Class Managing Director Christine King in animated conversation at the Fair Play Awards luncheon yesterday. - photos by Rudolph Brown/Photographer
Saadiq Rodgers-King (centre), chief operating officer of Nodeijitsu and co-founder of Hot Potato, was guest speaker at the Fair Play Awards luncheon. - Rudolph Brown/Photographer
Robert Levy (left), chairman of Jamaica Broilers Group, and Christopher Levy (centre), president and CEO, chat with Christopher Barnes, managing director of The Gleaner, at the Fair Play Awards luncheon at the Terra Nova All Suite Hotel yesterday.
The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra received a warm Jamaican welcome on their arrival to the island on Monday. We are all looking forward to a musical feast at Northern Caribbean University on Thursday and Holy Trinity Cathedral on Saturday.