Sandals Resorts International hosts back-to-school treat for team members, family


Sandals Resorts International hosts back-to-school treat for team members, family

Thursday, September 06, 2018

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MONTEGO BAY, St James — Team members from Sandals Resorts International (SRI) and their children gathered at Jarrett Park in Montego Bay on Saturday (September 1, 2018) for a day of fun and frolick as the company hosted its Back-to-School Extravaganza.

The day's events featured an array of fun activities, including parent-child three-legged race, lime and spoon race, goal shoot-out competition and hilariously entertaining rounds of musical chairs.

The 'champion family' proved to be the Buddingtons, led by father David Buddington from the company's Procurement Division. Together with his children Davena and Denay, the Buddingtons dominated the day's events, walking away with a host of prizes.

There was also no shortage of delicious treats for both adults and children, who had their fill of hot dogs, hamburgers, jerked chicken, cotton candy, snow cones and much more. The children also enjoyed bounce-a-bouts, face painting and balloon art.

The day ended with all children in attendance receiving a gift package with back-to-school supplies.

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