MONTEGO BAY, Jamaica - Prominent Montego Bay attorney Nathan Robb has been elected to serve as president of the influential Montego Bay Chamber of Commerce and Industry (MBCCI).
Robb was installed Wednesday evening at the chamber's annual general meeting held at the Wexford Hotel in the resort city.
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THE annual Jamaica Motor Show is scheduled for the grounds of the Police Officers' Club on Hope Road in St Andrew on January 19.
The show — organised by Firm Agency — is a used-car dealer market and offers many 'premium car deals'.
"This year is going to be an amazing year. Scotiabank is back on board and the RJR Group, First Heritage Cooperative (FHC) Credit Union, NCB, and RBC Banks are fully behind us. Plus, we have made additions to this year's show to ensure the entire family and our fans enjoy themselves by adding a kiddies' village, along with entertainment from Nadine Sutherland with more artistes to be added," said Ian Lyn, Firm Agency CEO.
The entertainment package will also include a car stereo competition.
"We can confirm that multiple car brands can be expected at the 2013 Jamaica Motor Show. Last year, patrons left satisfied having seen the new Porsche, Bentley, Benz, and BMWs, as well having had good deals," Lyn said.
"We're thrilled to offer this platform to Jamaicans to get affordable car deals in the current economic times, as well as to offer a unique market for players in the used car dealer market," he said.
After kicking off in St Andrew last year, the auto show then travelled to Manchester and Montego Bay.
Organiser Ian Lyn (left), and H. Wayne Powell, executive vice-president for retail
at Scotiabank, at the Jamaica Motor Show at the Police Officers Club on Hope
Road in St Andrew, in January of last year.
the many offerings at
the auto show.
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