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Published:Thursday | October 5, 2017 | 12:00 AM
Keisha Palmer-Burke, head of corporate affairs and communication at Nestlé Jamaica, and her Sagicor exec hubby Andrew graced our lens.
Coffee make them happy. Showing off their coffee dance moves are ‘Good Morning World’ host Jennifer ‘Jenny Jenny’ Small and Nestlé Jamaica Country Manager Daniel Caron.
Nestlé Jamaica Country Manager Daniel Caron congratulates Julia with a few Nescafé goodies at last Sunday’s ‘Good Morning World’ at the historic Devon House.
When the coffee hits the spot. With mugs in hand Nestlé Jamaica Marketing Manager Sean Wallace (left) and public relations and digital manager, Garfene Grandison, enjoying the sweet aroma of their coffee.
FLOW Managing Director Stephen Price donned pink gloves to celebrate Pink Day, and support Breast Cancer Awareness Month and those in the fight against the deadly disease. The telecommunications firm will be participating in several activities throughout the month in support of the cause.
Nigel Holness, managing director, CIBC FirstCaribbean International Bank, celebrates as he completes nine of the mandatory 10 laps of the bank’s 'Walk For The Cure' at Emancipation Park, on Sunday, the first day of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

Nescafe brought smiles to patrons of the popular Sunday afternoon escape - Devon House on Sunday as they commemorated International Coffee Day. The coffee brand used the East Lawns to showcase the range of coffee products, aptly paired with easy-to-do recipes and NescafÈ Baristas. And members of corporate Jamaica do their part in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Here's today's dose of a little SOMETHING EXTRA.