Tuesday 11 December, 2018

Hah-R-Mony Entertainment feted over 2,000 children on Christmas Day

Some 2,000 children were among the persons in attendance at the annual Christmas Treat at the Old Hospital Park, Gloucester Avenue, Montego Bay, put on by entertainment giant, Hah-R-Mony Entertainment Limited on Christmas Day.

The children had the opportunity to be involved in the activities surrounding the festive season, receiving gifts in addition to free rides and entertainment.

The kind gesture  by Hah-R-Mony Entertainment Limited was well received by Montegonians.

“This is very good for the parish and the city of Montego Bay on a whole,” declared teacher and Montego Bay resident Ann-Marie Brown.

“Just imagine if we have more community related events such as this? I am telling you that it almost brought tears to my eyes watching children who barely know each other enjoying themselves…enjoying each other’s company and oblivious to all the bad things that have been happening in this neck of the woods.”

Businessman and water sports operator, Garfield Dussard agreed: “I just want to say that the organisers must be congratulated for both their vision and compassion.”

He added that with all that has been happening in western Jamaica with the crime it is nice to see a corporate entity stepping up to the plate and doing something of this magnitude. By any stretch of the imagination giving away 2,000 toys is a very big deal and something that be very much appreciated. I want to give a real Jamaican big up to Ha-R-Mony Entertainment Limited.

Meanwhile, CEO and corporate entertainment director of Hah-R-Mony Entertainment, Ho-Chi-Min Castillo Rolffot, said the annual treat was clearly gaining momentum in only its second year. Adding that it was money well spent.

“I am again both humbled and overwhelmed by how popular the event has become in only two years,” he explained.

“I also want to single out the St James Municipality and Mayor Homer Davis for their assistance,” he added.

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