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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Eight contestants are scheduled to hit the stage in the semi-finals of the 2012 Tastee Talent Trial contest to be held at the company's head office grounds in Cross Roads, St Andrew on Thursday, November 22 .
Show time will be 6:00 pm and it will be free to the public.
According to Abe Baracatt, production manager, fans can anticipate a stellar evening as the talent on display represents the crème de la crème of those entering this year's competition.
"The West will be represented by four singers equally distributed between two males and two females one of the males will perform with his guitar," said Baracatt. "Those representing the East are three singers and a DJ again there is a male guitarist a male DJ and two female singers."
"We are pulling out all the stops to provide a first class production in keeping with the Tastee tradition and one that will be a precursor to the December 13, 2012 Grand Finals."
After five auditions, five road shows, a quest and the reality weekend, what started with hundreds of entrants is now down to eight which will face off in a East VS West competition after which two will be eliminated sending six to the December 13, 2012 Grand Final where they will vie for the first prize of $1 million, second prize $500,000 and third prize $150,000.
Abe Baracatt (left), production manager, and Robert Chang, executive producer
of the Tastee Talent Trail goes over plans for the competition’s semi-finals at
Cross Roads in St Andrew on November 22.
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