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The hamptons was a hit

Monday, March 03, 2014    

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THE lush greenry of Hope Gardens in St Andrew, was the perfect venue for the third staging of The Hamptons’ The Enchanted Gardens, last Saturday.

Promoted by Yung Kings Entertainment, the mealinclusive event saw over 2,000 patrons in attendance.

“This was our third staging and it was an overwhelming success,” Carlton Davy, general manager of Yung Kings Entertainment told the Jamaica Observer.

Davy, who along with Kitwahla Vassell comprise Yung Kings Entertainment, said the party series is living up to their expectations.

“We provide that premium vibe to patrons... beyond expectations.

We cater to the young corporate entreprenuers, executives and college students,” he said. But that list was not an exhaustive one.

Among those attending were Olympic silver medallist Warren Weir; athletes Jermaine Gonzales and Jason Young; dancehall artistes Baby Cham and Bugle, and several members of members of Daseca Productions.

The music provided was courtesy of Infusion Sound, Chromatic and Coppershot as well as Ziplock City, from Europe.

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