Thursday 14 November, 2019

PHOTOS: Salada rises for Sumfest

Tamii Brown (left), Salada Foods Jamaica commercial & corporate affairs manager congratulates Dalton Harris on his strong Reggae Sumfest main stage debut during Night Two of the music festival on Saturday July 20, 2019 at Catherine Hall Entertainment Centre.

Tamii Brown (left), Salada Foods Jamaica commercial & corporate affairs manager congratulates Dalton Harris on his strong Reggae Sumfest main stage debut during Night Two of the music festival on Saturday July 20, 2019 at Catherine Hall Entertainment Centre.

Salada Foods Jamaica, through its Jamaica Mountain Peak brand, continues its support of Jamaican music and culture with a partnership with Reggae Sumfest as the official hot beverage provider at the festival for the second consecutive year.

Jamaica Mountain Peak is uncompromisingly Jamaican and unapologetically authentic, the company said of the brand.

Mountain Peak was well represented at Sumfest by Tamii Brown, Salada Foods Jamaica commercial & corporate affairs manager, who was pictured congratulating a number of entertainers after their performances. 

Brown with dancehall veteran Spragga Benz after his performance on Festival Night One on Friday.

 

 

 

 

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