BREAKFAST WITH THE CHAIRMAN

Published: Thursday | January 31, 2013 Comments 0
Opposition Leader Andrew Holness (left) gets a firm handshake from Ian Lyn, CEO of The Firm Marketing Agency and CarMax Jamaica Limited, at Tuesday's PSOJ Chairman's Club Breakfast held at Wyndham Kingston Hotel in New Kingston. Also sharing the moment is Member of Parliament Olivia 'Babsy' Grange. - Contributed
Opposition Leader Andrew Holness (left) gets a firm handshake from Ian Lyn, CEO of The Firm Marketing Agency and CarMax Jamaica Limited, at Tuesday's PSOJ Chairman's Club Breakfast held at Wyndham Kingston Hotel in New Kingston. Also sharing the moment is Member of Parliament Olivia 'Babsy' Grange. - Contributed
Andrew Holness (second right), leader of the Opposition Jamaica Labour Party, talks with Christopher Zacca, president of the Private Sector Organisation of Jamaica (PSOJ); Bernadette Barrow (second left), assistant general manager, Small and Medium Enterprise, retail banking division, National Commercial Bank; and Sandra Glasgow, chief executive officer, PSOJ. Occasion was the PSOJ Chairman's Club Forum at the Wyndham Kingston Hotel on Tuesday morning. - Photo by Ian Allen
Andrew Holness (second right), leader of the Opposition Jamaica Labour Party, talks with Christopher Zacca, president of the Private Sector Organisation of Jamaica (PSOJ); Bernadette Barrow (second left), assistant general manager, Small and Medium Enterprise, retail banking division, National Commercial Bank; and Sandra Glasgow, chief executive officer, PSOJ. Occasion was the PSOJ Chairman's Club Forum at the Wyndham Kingston Hotel on Tuesday morning. - Photo by Ian Allen


Full Caption: Andrew Holness (second right), leader of the Opposition Jamaica Labour Party, talks with Christopher Zacca, president of the Private Sector Organisation of Jamaica (PSOJ); Bernadette Barrow (second left), assistant general manager, Small and Medium Enterprise, retail banking division, National Commercial Bank; and Sandra Glasgow, chief executive officer, PSOJ. Occasion was the PSOJ Chairman's Club Forum at the Wyndham Kingston Hotel on Tuesday morning. - Photo by Ian Allen

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