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Published:Wednesday | November 7, 2012 | 12:00 AM
Simone Riley (right) of Creative Media and Events and organiser of Corporate Mingle poses with (from left) Zahra Burton, Juven Montague Anderson, Courtney Lodge and Safiya Chisholm at the FHC Credit Union and Wealth Magazine corporate mingle at the Spanish Court Hotel in New Kingston last Friday.-PHOTOS BY Rudolph Brown/Photographer
Elsa Figueroa, branch manager of EyeQ Optical, poses with Christopher Eldemire at the FHC Credit Union and Wealth Magazine corporate mingle.
Their middle names could easily pass as 'Fabulous'. Kahie Watson (left) and Rachael Marley made far more than fashion statements at the OCEAN Style fashion showcase at the ATL Bogue City Centre last Saturday night.
Novia McDonald-Whyte (left), the 2011 recipient of the OCEAN Style Foundation Award, makes the presentation to the 2012 awardee, Trinidad and Tobago designer Meiling, during the OCEAN Style fashion showcase at the Bogue City Centre in Montego Bay last Saturday.-Photos by Janet Silvera
Restaurant Week ambassador Kerry-Ann Clarke and her husband, Paul, give their take on RW.
Jenny Pragnell making sure of her ball position before taking her shot at the Sterling Asset Management 11th Anniversary Invitational Golf Tournament at the Constant Spring Golf Club last Saturday.-Rudolph Brown/Photographer
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Sterling Asset Management hosted its 11th Anniversary Invitational Golf Tournament over the weekend and FHC Credit Union, alongside Wealth Magazine, also hosted a corporate mingle at the Spanish Court Hotel. Trinidadian fashion designer Meiling received a special award at the Ocean Style fashion showcase and our Restaurant Week ambassador Kerry-Ann Clarke and her husband, Paul, give their take on RW.


Restaurant Week ambassador Kerry-Ann Clarke and her husband, Paul, give their take on RW.

How important do you think Restaurant Week is and what role does it play in the culinary industry in Jamaica?

"We think it's a great initiative. We still see where it is growing and now extending to Jamaican restaurants overseas. It gives people the opportunity to try new restaurants at great prices. It is a camaraderie that exists and continues for a week. Times are tough, particularly in Jamaica, so it's good to pull people into the restaurants since they may not typically visit restaurants on a daily occasion."