Frenchmen teams with Bacchanal Ja

Wednesday, February 15, 2017    

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WHILE the Frenchmen team has always been integrally involved in Carnival, this year the outfit will be on the road with Bacchanal Jamaica. They will be presenting a complete premium experience from exotic costumes and musical entertainment, to lunch stop facilities and on-the-road bar service. These sections will be sponsored by Pure Country.

Frenchmen will be presenting six fabulous and exotic costumes — Kismet, Shooting Star, Black Swan, Khaleesi and King of the North, Mystique, and Trance.

“These costumes attracted a lot of interest from the band launch in January and are selling very fast. In fact, one costume, Trance, is already sold out. Anyone who wants to enjoy the Frenchmen experience must get on board now,” said Charmaine Franklin, Bacchanal Jamaica director.

“Carnival in Jamaica this year promises to be a time of transformation and change,” says Ian Wong, Frenchmen co-founder and chairman of Coldfield Manufacturing Ltd, producers of Pure Country Juices, (one of Bacchanal Jamaica’s premier sponsors).

“New additions to Jamaica’s carnival will no doubt contribute to the event this year. But, with Frenchmen aligning with Bacchanal Jamaica, it unites two of the longest-serving entertainment brands on the island, a partnership that pledges to deliver the ultimate premium carnival journey unlike any other band. Ours is tried and tested and known for providing top-class service on every level to all revellers.”

The partnership between The Frenchmen and Bacchanal Jamaica extends throughout the Carnival season, presenting premium party experiences leading up to and culminating on the road.





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