MoBay Turns Out for TSO 2021 Part 1
Itseems thatMontego Bayshoppers did not needpersuading from JamaicaObserver Limited DeputyManaging DirectorNatalie Chin toparticipate in TSO2021.

Saturday afternoon's downpour did not deter Montego Bay shoppers from participating in the Jamaica Observer Takes Style Out (TSO) 2021. There's no better way to kick-start Christmas shopping than by saving on every dollar spent. Steering the TSO 2021 ship's visit to MoBay was Jamaica Observer Limited Deputy Managing Director Natalie Chin. Though The Edge 105 FM outdoor broadcast attracted Ron Muschette fans to Whitter Village, the O-Team darted across the Second City to see how shoppers at Fairview Shopping Centre fared in the hunt for deals.

Over 200 retailers participated in #TSO2021. The four-day online and in-person shopping event was powered by National Commercial Bank, Herald Printers Limited, and Multilink, which has been a TSO partner for over a decade.

TreasureHunt GamingManager KeenRowe would not missthe opportunity to offera giveaway to a luckyThe Edge 105 FMradio listener.
Big and bold! Whitter Village customers cannot find a better experience than that offered bythe team at Bold Cutz Barber's Lounge. From left: Barber Ernest Hylton, hairstylist RacquelFletcher, beauty therapist Candes Walker, barber Karl Ruddock, and barber Romarie Lewis.
Majestic Organicsbeard oil
It was a busy shopping day at the Fairview Shopping Centre location of Lloyd'sDepartment Store, which has been a TSO participant since the event's inception
Fashionistas swearby the selectionavailable at Davidand Sub in WhitterVillage. There,bearded gents canalso grab bottles ofMajestic Organicsbeard oil fromfounder LovellSpencer. (Photos:Karl Mclarty)

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