Big up, Tessanne

Published: Thursday | December 19, 2013 Comments 0
Persons participate yesterday in Jamaica's biggest annual one-day shopping extravaganza, Christmas in the City, which took place along King Street, South Parade, and Beckford Street, among other streets in Kingston.The shopping spree, which lasted from 8 a.m. to midnight, was staged by the Kingston and St Andrew Corporation as the unofficial start of the Christmas shopping season in downtown Kingston. Power 106 FM will today conduct a roving outside broadcast in downtown Kingston between 2:30 and 5:00 p.m. - Jermaine Barnaby/Photographer
Persons participate yesterday in Jamaica's biggest annual one-day shopping extravaganza, Christmas in the City, which took place along King Street, South Parade, and Beckford Street, among other streets in Kingston.The shopping spree, which lasted from 8 a.m. to midnight, was staged by the Kingston and St Andrew Corporation as the unofficial start of the Christmas shopping season in downtown Kingston. Power 106 FM will today conduct a roving outside broadcast in downtown Kingston between 2:30 and 5:00 p.m. - Jermaine Barnaby/Photographer

Congratulations came pouring in from several organisations and members of the public following Tessanne Chin's outstanding achievement of winning NBC's 'The Voice' on Tuesday. Here are a few of their thoughts.

The Board and Staff of JAMPRO

"Once again, amid the considerable challenges that beset us, a gifted artiste has given us renewed hope that, as a nation, we can overcome those challenges; renewing faith that, as a people, we can beat the odds; and renewing conviction that our combined talents can earn for us robust economic growth."

Jamaica Tourist Board

"She has provided a positive boost for the island's image and, since the start of the competition, has consistently showcased Jamaica in front of an international audience," - Director of Tourism John Lynch.

G2K

"Tessanne epitomises all that is good with Brand Jamaica. She is humble yet confident, immensely talented and with an endearing spirit that is synonymous with the people of Jamaica." - Floyd Green, president, G2K.


 


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