Saturday, March 11, 2023

The picturesque Pineapple Beach in Unity Hall, St James, was on Sunday, March 5 filled with a host of Grace Foods customers out for an evening of entertainment, camaraderie and a delectable food experience.

Guests were greeted with refreshing cocktails and the lively sounds of the Silver Birds Steel Orchestra. As the sun met the waters of Pineapple Beach, guests turned their attention to the stage for a performance from gospel artiste Jermaine Edwards, who found favour with his single Make A Way.

As the evening came to a crescendo, fire dancers lit up the space with expert choreography much to the attendees' admiration. To top it all off, Agent Sasco hit the stage with his inspirational 2018 hit Winning Right Now.

Sunday's activities were a continuation of the food manufacturer and distribution giant's expression of gratitude to its customers which included a client mixer at the Sunken Gardens, Hope Gardens last month. Page 2 shares highlights.

#WinningRightNow - Artiste Agent Sasco delivered a mesmerising performance. (Photo: Geoffrey Berry)
Double TakeM - asterMac Food Store Branch Manager Renae McHayle (left) and supervisor Mazelin Harrison were all smiles. (Photo: Geoffrey Berry)
Gang of Five - From left: Pier One Chief Executive Officer Jason Russell; Tango's Entertainment owner Ryan "Tango" Prendergast; dancehall artiste Agent Sasco; Jamaica Hotel and Tourist Association President Robin Russell; and GraceKennedy Group Chief Executive Officer Don Wehby shared a moment during the Grace Foods event at Pineapple Beach in St James. (Photo: Geoffrey Berry)
Banking on Grace - GraceKennedy director Peter Williams (left) caught up with First Global Bank - Montego Bay Branch Manager Noel Harty. (Photo: Geoffrey Berry)
'Inn' The Frame - The Page 2 photog snapped The Westender Inn principals Susan and Daniel Brewer at the Pineapple Beach event. (Photo: Geoffrey Berry)
On Break - NER Holdings Limited representatives Kay-Marie Forrest (left) and Althea Coke were spotted taking a food break. (Photo: Geoffrey Berry)
People Pleasers - Consumer Brands Limited Team Leader Simon Casserly shared the frame with Progressive Foods Store Manager - Fairview Branch Tanesha Campbell. (Photo: Geoffrey Berry)
Teamwork, Dream Work - Grace Foods Senior Marketing Manager Andrew Anguin and Shopper Experience Manager Melissa-Kim Johnson revel in the success of the client mixer. (Photo: Geoffrey Berry)

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