Sunday, April 6, 2014

Scenes from ExpoJamaica 2014

Continental-National Bakery Chairman Butch Hendrickson with Omar and Dominic Azan of Boss Furniture

Visitors to National Bakery's 'Bold Ones of Manufacturing' Display are captivated by sandals created by Dorrette Ubanks' company D'NexStep

Lacey Bartley of Bartley's All-In-Wood  makes a sale at the National Bakery 'Bold Ones of Manufacturing' display

Wray & Nephew reps pose before their picturesque backdrop

Fae Ellington and Clyde McKenzie enjoy the vibe at the Wray & Nephew display
The creative Michelle Smith shared her exquisite products at the Chocolate Dreams display

Dairy Industries with their yogurt and bun and cheese were a popular spot on the mezzanine

Dr Barry Wade on location at the Environmental Solutions display

My daughter Anita, a Cordon Bleu chef, was delighted with the fresh produce at the farmers' market

The refreshing Wisynco display

Karen Rosen at the impressive Boom Bar

Sun Island's Mr and Mrs Ray Miles, long-standing supporters of Expo

Grace Food Processors (Meats) supports over 600 farmers

Grace Foods representatives gear up to serve their delicious products

Matthew Keaveny of Lithographic Printers and Tashna Edwards of PROComm enjoy the show

Kareema Muncey (right) owner of Home Choice had a successful EXPO outing

These cuties enjoyed ice-cream samples from Stewart & Smith

Anthony Williams serves up wonderful Blue Mountain Coffee

Grace Kennedy Senior Executive Michael Ranglin collects a prize for the legendary Grace Ketchup from EXPO Jamaica Committee members

Lacey Bartley receives award for most environmentally friendly from JEA President Marjory Kennedy and other EXPO Committee members

Lacey's wooden jewellery got the nod of approval from Novia McDonald-Whyte

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