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First Staging of Smirnoff Summit a Hit

Published:Tuesday | August 25, 2015 | 12:00 AM
DJ Nicco and Reshima Kelly, assistant brand manager for Red Stripe, strike a pose at Smirnoff Summit, held at the Peak, Red Hills, recently.
Alexia Clarke shows off her all-white outfit at Smirnoff Summit.
Stacy Ann Williams (left) and Keith Spence pause for a photo op at Smirnoff Summit recently.

Smirnoff delivered once again at the recently held Smirnoff Summit pool party as they have been effortlessly stamping its name on some of the biggest parties over the summer.

Smirnoff Summit is another one of the events to add to the list that has created an amazing party experience.

From the food to the Smirnoff mixes, as well as the rocking musical selections that kept the patrons dancing all night, the event had all the right elements. The fashion was also on point. Females came out in eye- catching outfits and their male counterparts sported the most stylish pool attire. The rain did not stall the party, as patrons entered the venue in their numbers. By the time the clock struck 9 p.m., the party was in full swing.

DJ Nicco had the crowd dancing and 'raving' right through to the end of his set. ZJ Ice followed right after, maintaining the pace and even kicked it up a notch. DJ Nicco returned for his second set and 'turned' the party up. The party moved from great to amazing. You could see all the patrons joining in and dancing up a storm. Infusion Sound followed after and brought the party to its peak.

Many celebs from the music fraternity were out in support of the event, among them, Ding Dong and the Ravers Clavers as well as Serani.

"I am happy with the turnout that we got. The patrons are enjoying themselves and the feedback has been positive so far. It is the first staging of the event and it feels as if we have been around a long time. Thanks to Smirnoff, our title sponsor, who have helped to make this event a big success; we look forward to working with them again in the future," said Shaughn Wright, one of the promoters for the event.