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LASCO stirs support for Reggae Girlz

Published:Wednesday | June 12, 2019 | 12:57 PM
From left: LASCO Chin Foundation CEO, Professor Rosalea Hamilton, greets Shorna-Kay Richards, Director of Bilateral Relations Department, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade; and Franz Hall, acting Director of Protocol, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade.
From left: LASCO Chin Foundation CEO, Professor Rosalea Hamilton, greets Shorna-Kay Richards, Director of Bilateral Relations Department, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade; and Franz Hall, acting Director of Protocol, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade.
Brazilian Ambassador to Jamaica, His Excellency Carlos Alberto M. den Hartog (left), greets commercial and corporate affairs manager at Salada Foods, Tamii Brown (second left) before sampling the LASCO-distributed Mountain Peak Instant Coffee. Looking on are: Sherianne Hart (right), Salada Brand Manager at LASCO Distributors, and Ariel Thomas, brand ambassador.
Brazilian Ambassador to Jamaica, His Excellency Carlos Alberto M. den Hartog (left), greets commercial and corporate affairs manager at Salada Foods, Tamii Brown (second left) before sampling the LASCO-distributed Mountain Peak Instant Coffee. Looking on are: Sherianne Hart (right), Salada Brand Manager at LASCO Distributors, and Ariel Thomas, brand ambassador.
Brazilian Ambassador to Jamaica, His Excellency Carlos Alberto M. den Hartog (right) welcomes Delano Seiveright (left), Strategist and Senior Advisor in the Ministry of Tourism, and Omar Palmer, LASCO Distributors Limited Consumer Division Marketing Manager, to the ‘Bramaican Breakfast’ kick-off event, recently.
Brazilian Ambassador to Jamaica, His Excellency Carlos Alberto M. den Hartog (right) welcomes Delano Seiveright (left), Strategist and Senior Advisor in the Ministry of Tourism, and Omar Palmer, LASCO Distributors Limited Consumer Division Marketing Manager, to the ‘Bramaican Breakfast’ kick-off event, recently.
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LASCO made it a point of duty to stir support for the Reggae Girlz, by way of a ‘Bramaican Breakfast’, which was recently hosted by the Embassy of Brazil. The Reggae Girlz World Cup Watch Party, also featured a ‘Corned Beef Chefs Competition’ with corned beef supplied by LASCO. Here are a few shots that were caught on camera.