Saturday, July 30, 2022

Page 2 continues its Reggae Sumfest 2022 wrap with scenes from the Mastercard Skydeck. Many stopped by the Skydeck to enjoy the superb vantage point and mingle with the brand's execs.

Mastercard partnered with Reggae Sumfest held at Catherine Hall, in Montego Bay, last weekend, to help make the festival a cashless one and offered exclusive deals that made Reggae Sumfest The Return memorable.

Here are some highlights.

Master ClassMedia personality Terri-Karelle Reid and Mastercard Director of Marketing and Communications, Caribbean Division Fernando Torres discussed Mastercard's continued partnership with Reggae Sumfest, as well as how the global tech company is reinventing multisensory experiences for its cardholders in Jamaica..
Pull UpReggae artiste Koffee set the stage ablaze on night two of Reggae Sumfest..
Rock AwayVeteran singer Beres Hammond's delivery was smooth as silk. .
Outta SpaceWhile many continue to rave about Grace "Spice" Hamilton's sparkly silver ensemble, it was all about her entrance 'fit for us! .
Double TakeDr Terri-Karelle, author of the recently published My Brand Compass, shared company with Marstercard Country Manager for the English Caribbean Dalton Fowles at Reggae Sumfest..
From A DistanceJamaican-British actor and star of the popular Netflix series Top Boy Micheal Ward (right) was spotted in the Mastercard Skydeck with Solar Buzz Jamaica COO Justin Robinson (left) and artiste/YouTuber Wayne Mitchell..
Swipe For LoveDalton Fowles, country manager, English Caribbean, Mastercard, and his wife Suzanne enjoyed a priceless moment in the Mastercard Skydeck at the Reggae Sumfest. .

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