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Sandz goes on the road

Tuesday, January 10, 2017    

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Beach party Sandz will be on the road with the rebirth of Jamaica Carnival, come Carnival Sunday, April 23.

Known for its unique brand of entertainment, décor and excitement, the Sandz team will be taking the same energy on the road.

“We decided to jump at the opportunity to work with Jamaica Carnival seeing that is an entity we grew up watching. I’ve always admired the work of the late great Byron Lee; he was a phenomenal musician and entrepreneur. It was really a privilege for my team to get our Supreme Team and the Sandz brand out to Jamaica and the world,” explained Carlton Davy of Supreme Events.

“For the New Year we’re trying to be more dynamic and this association comes at the perfect time. We will be bringing the same Sandz vibe to Jamaica Carnival. We’re known for beach events but it will be easy to bridge the gap and still bring the vibe from the beach on the road,” he added.


Jamaica Carnival will be launching a series of blow out events in Kingston, Ocho Rios, Montego Bay and St Elizabeth leading up to the big road march.

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