KINGSTON, Jamaica -- Manning Cup champions Jamaica College (JC) are also the 2013 Olivier Shield champions, the pinnacle of local schoolboy football, defeating St Elizabeth Technical High School (STETHS) 2-0 at the National Stadium Saturday afternoon, and 5-0 on aggregate.
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LAST Thursday, the TEENage Observer team hit the streets for the Jamaica Observer's celebration of Fashion's Night Out (FNO).
Stores all over Kingston (and other major towns) took part in this amazing event as people from all walks of life came out to shop or just the enjoy the FNO experience.
TEENage spoke to some of the store owners and managers and they all have one thing in common — FNO was, if not their most profitable night, is one to remember as sales increased drastically.
They night was filled with excitement and mixed emotions, but yet again FNO was a success.
These ladies shopped for the
great deals in Di Trendz in
Bargain Mall was also where we
saw these two fabellas.
Shoppers pack into the PUMA store in Tropical Plaza in Kingston.
Owner of Spicey Couture and
dancehall artiste Grace ‘Spice’
Hamilton writes a receipt for a
customer last Thursday.
Twn City Super Store had a lot of
shoes for these two shoe lovers.
Jerome Spence takes a break
from shopping in Spicey Courure
to smile for the TEENage camera.
Photos: O’Neil Grant
An amused Alaine and Gary Dixon, Appleton Jamaica brand manager look on as Dwight
Williams, LIME head of products demonstrates the capability of the Samsung Galaxt Tab
during the FNO party held in the Mall Plaza last Thursday.
Big Buy Variety Store had all the regular
deals for the shoppers.
June Plum staff were all ready to serve the
Collectibles saw a lot of shoe-buying traffic.
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