Jamaica Observer takes students shopping
Lloyd's Department Store reps Sharon Williams (left) and Tameka Thompson (second right), withMontego Bay Community College student Paulette Watson and manager for the Jamaica Observer'sWestern Region, Cheddi Van Creighton ahead of Watson's Jamaica Observer Takes Style Outshopping experience in the second city yesterday.

Two students from Montego Bay Community College got the opportunity yesterday to go shopping, courtesy of the Jamaica Observer, at two stores in the second city as part of Jamaica Observer Takes Style Out, which is being staged in major town centres across the country today and into the weekend.

The students, Patrona Maitland and Paulette Watson, shopped at Lloyd's Department Store and Fontana Pharmacy, both in Fairview.

Here are scenes from their Takes Style Out Shopping Experience. Share your own scenes using #TSOShopWithLove. #TSOShareTheShoppingExperience or #TSO2019.

Lloyd's Department Store clerks Sharon Williams (left) and TamekaThompson (right) welcome Paulette Watson to the store to beginher Jamaica Observer Takes Style Out shopping experience.
Assistant manager at Fontana Fairview Ava Blackwood (right) shows Patrona Maitland around thestore and helps with her item selections as part of her Jamaica Observer Takes Style Out shoppingexperience.
Montego Bay Community College student Patrona Maitland, who is in the company of Jamaica Observer's manager for the Western Region Cheddi Van Creighton, playsstore clerk by showing off some of the Fontana Pharmacy merchandise at the start of her Observer-sponsored shopping experience.

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