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Following its Blast Off session — Guardian Life Limited's annual staff motivational seminar which sets the tone for the year — Friday last at Jamaica Conference Centre, the team headed to the ROK Hotel for a scrumptious luncheon hosted by the event's guest speaker, "Vogue Attorney" Natasha Mayne.

The occasion, in the ROK 1 room, which was decorated by Project 2 Project in the brand colours, saw executives, top sales and administrative performers as well as brand ambassadors being fêted with a delectable three-course meal.

Musician Dwight Richards kept all in a mellow mood with soothing classics.

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Photos: Naphtali Junior

Blast Off guest speaker, attorney-at-law Natasha Mayne stepped out to the luncheon in a white number from luxury fashion brand Aje.Naphtali Junior
Blast Off guest speaker, attorney-at-law Natasha Mayne (centre) was flanked by Oniel Clarke, VP, life, health & pensions sales, Guardian Life Ltd, and Claudette Rickards, assistant branch manager, Guardian Life Ltd, for a photo op.Naphtali Junior
Blast Off guest speaker Natasha Mayne (right) encouraged Anjell Edwards, assistant VP, business development, Guardian Life, to go barefoot while they conversed, as a nod to their roots. Naphtali Junior
Nadraca Poliard, paralegal assistant, came on point with the Guardian Life brand colours in a 'fit from fashion brand Kika Vargas.Naphtali Junior
Musician Dwight Richards performed a rendition of Beres Hammond's Rock Away.Naphtali Junior
Fay Hutchinson, executive advisor, Guardian Life Ltd, and musician Dwight Richards paused to face the Page 2 shutterbug.Naphtali Junior
Michael Waite, insurance advisor, Guardian Life, presented Blast Off guest speaker, attorney-at-law Natasha Mayne with a token of appreciation on behalf of his colleagues. Naphtali Junior
Blast Off guest speaker, attorney-at-law Natasha Mayne (left) and Meghon Miller Brown, president, Guardian Life Limited, shared a moment after the luncheon. Naphtali Junior
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