Saturday, December 3, 2022

The Rock's premier male care haven Totally Male celebrated its 28th anniversary Saturday last, at its Windsor Avenue location in Kingston. The celebration pulled in a slew of long-standing clients, family, friends and employees who reminisced, in a relaxed backyard vibe, complete with scrumptious food courtesy of Jungle Fiah Restaurant, on the almost three-decade journey.

Sandra Samuels, Totally Male CEO and founder, in taking guests down memory lane, shared, "When I first started this entrepreneurial journey I was in fashion, catering to men. It was a daunting task with many a naysayer telling me that men don't like to spend! This, I must say, is one of the biggest misconceptions. Men will take the time out to take care of themselves. Totally Male came about as a result of wanting to create an exclusive hub that speaks to everything male... I dare say it's been mission accomplished. We have built a strong family with our all-female team and we look forward to further expansion of the brand. I want to thank all of the men who continue to trust us."

Page 2 shares highlights from the chill backyard anniversary lime.

CEO and founder Sandra Samuels (centre) was flanked by Andrea Wray, general manager, Portmore Mall Pharmacy, and Dr Karl Exell. (Photo: Garfield Robinson)
Totally Male CEO and founder Sandra Samuels shared the frame with longtime clients Jacden Enterprises Ltd director Clement Ebanks (left) and attorney-at-law John Graham, KC. (Photo: Garfield Robinson)
... were Lori Chuck, manager, Riomar Ltd, and businessman Carlton Cowell. (Photo: Garfield Robinson)
Totally Male CEO and founder Sandra Samuels, flanked by team members, cut the anniversary cake. Garfield Robinson
From left: Dujon Campbell, accounting clerk; David Henry, vice-president, Campion College; Trade Management Services CEO Nigel McFarlane, and Adon Solutions Ltd CEO Adrian Lyn were in the anniversary mix. (Photo: Garfield Robinson)
Althea Gooden (left), trichologist, The Salon Hair & Scalp Clinic, and Totally Male CEO and founder Sandra Samuels flashed smiles at the shutterbug. (Photo: Garfield Robinson)
Lavern Whylie, barber, Totally Male, introduced Totally Male ambassador and attorney-at-law André Marriott-Blake to the Page 2 lens. (Photo: Garfield Robinson)
From left: Totally Male barbers Carol Gibbson, Jacquline O'Connor, Sandia Jenkins-Latty, Ruth-Ann Forbes and Lavern Whylie huddled for a photo op. (Photo: Garfield Robinson)
Meat purveyors Lillan Limited CEOs Peter and Andrea Cowan were also out for the celebration. (Photo: Garfield Robinson)
Massy Distribution Health and Safety Manager Patrick Aldred and his medical technologist wife, Karen, were out in support. (Photo: Garfield Robinson)

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