Taste It! Eat It! Drink It! & Applaud It!
Frigidaire & Sagicor booths
Fridgidaire by Black Ink Marketing and Event Solutions (Photo: Jonathan South)


Frigidaire's lifestyle kitchen was designed by Black Ink. The build-out was also executed by the Black Ink team and featured Frigidaire's gallery line of products such as a Double Electric Wall Oven, Gas Cook Top, Side by Side Counter Depth Refrigerator, Dishwasher, and Top Load Washer.

Furnitureland provided an eclectic range of furniture: six-seater island and four-seater suar wood and resin dining table and other décor items....

Gourmet Caterers by Marlene Foster provided tasty fare:

• Mannish water

• Escoveitched fish fingers

• Festival

• Chicken teriyaki

• Garlic flatbread

• Curried goat with exotic Indian spices roti

• Boiled corn bites


The Stush in the Bush-curated menu for Sagicor


Cheddar/Almond Feta/Almond Ricotta/

Cashew Ricotta/Burrata seedy tuile/

focaccia/banana jam/tomato marmalade/


Crispy Plantain Chips

served with smashed guacamole/

ackee cheese mousse/almond hummus

Watermelon Breadfruit Tostones

watermelon poke/avocado/grilled corn/

cilantro crème/Scotch bonnet aioli/


Chilli Pumpkin Quesadillas

Roasted pumpkin/sweet plantain

purée/crumbled feta/burnt scallion

crème/micro greens

Beet Feta & Basil Skewers

Beet & feta burgers/sweet & spicy

ginger sauce/pineapple/red onion/sweet


Sweet Endings

Beignets/icing sugar/passion fruit curd/

chocolate coconut ganache

chocolate chip cookiesmaldon salt

Fridgidaire gift bags (Photo: Jonathan South)
The four-seater suar wood and resin dining table from Furnitureland (Photo: Jonathan South)
Frigidaire's gallery line of products such as double electric wall oven, gas cook top, dishwasher and top load washer, among others (Photo: Jonathan South)
Escoveitched fish fingers from Marlene Foster of Gourmet Caterers served inside the Frigidaire booth. (Photo: Naphtali Junior)
Gourmet Caterers garlic flatbread (Photo: Naphtali Junior)
Boiled corn bites (Photo: Naphtali Junior)
Exotic Indian Spices Roti (Photo: Naphtali Junior)
Painting session at the Black Ink Marketing and Event Solutions-designed booth (Photo: Jonathan South)
Le Macaron Pastries & Desserts principal Saleema Barclay shows off her finished work. (Photo: Jonathan South)
Furnitureland and Karmen's Kollection CEO Carmen Brown (left) and retailer Kerry-Ann Clarke raise a toast to a perfect evening inside the Frigidaire booth. (Photo: Jonathan South)
Curried goat (Photo: Naphtali Junior)
Gourmet Caterers mini festivals (Photo: Naphtali Junior)
The Sagicor booth executed by Dailion Blake for Promobiz (Photo: Naphtali Junior)
The Sagicor booth was one of the evening's happening spots.Garfield Robinson
Stush in the Bush head Chef Romyah Jackson glazes beet & feta kebabs in the Sagicor booth. Garfield Robinson
Pineapple, sweet pepper and meat kebab by Stush in the Bush (Photo: Naphtali Junior)
Biegnets by Stush in the Bush (Photo: Naphtali Junior)
Plantain chips by Stush in the Bush at Sagicor booth (Photo: Naphtali Junior)
Patrons enjoying the self-serve method used by Stush in the Bush at the Sagicor booth. (Photo: Naphtali Junior)
Almond hummus by Stush in the Bush, at the Sagicor booth (Photo: Naphtali Junior)
The Bounty booth was executed by Promo Biz Marketing & Events Solutions Limited. (Photo: Naphtali Junior)
Jodi Josephs (left) and Olivia Johnson for Bounty (Photo: Naphtali Junior)
Racks of Harbour Wines and Spirits inside the Bounty booth (Photo: Naphtali Junior)
Emotion Rosé by Harbour Wines and Spirits was poured inside the Bounty booth (Photo: Naphtali Junior)
Loeri Robinson, unit manager, Sagicor enjoying Stush in the Bush fare from the Sagicor booth. (Photo: Naphtali Junior)

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