St Catherine teachers gifted by Jamaica Broilers

May 15, 2017

Published by: Loop News

THE JAMAICA BROILERS GROUP (JBG) MORE THAN TRIPLED THE NUMBER OF TEACHERS WHO RECEIVED GIFTS FROM THE GROUP’S VARIOUS BRANDS ON TEACHER’S DAY.

A TOTAL OF 550 ST CATHERINE TEACHERS RECEIVED GIFT PACKAGES FROM THE COMPANY OVER TWO DAYS - BEGINNING LAST TUESDAY AND CULMINATING WEDNESDAY (MAY 10) ON TEACHERS’ DAY.

IN ADDITION TO THE GIFT GIVING, STAFF FROM THE JBG AND THE BEST DRESSED CHICKEN (BDC) ALSO GOT INVOLVED IN ‘READ ACROSS JAMAICA’ ACTIVITIES AT THE OLD HARBOUR BAY PRIMARY SCHOOL AND BETHEL BAPTIST CHILDREN’S CENTRE.

JAMAICA BROILERS SAID IT INTRODUCED THE NEW GIFT PRESENTATION TO HONOUR ALL THE TEACHERS AT THE SELECTED SCHOOLS, PARTICULARLY IN THE LARGER SCHOOLS.

FOR INSTANCE, OLD HARBOUR HIGH HAS 133 TEACHERS AND IN THE PAST JBG HAS ONLY BEEN ABLE TO FETE A SMALL PER CENT OF THEIR NUMBER.

“BUT, THIS YEAR, WE WERE EXCITED TO MEET NEW FACES AND TO SHARE HUGS AND BLESSINGS AS WE HANDED OVER THE GIFTS TO SHOW OUR APPRECIATION FOR THE WORK THE TEACHERS DO TO MOULD YOUNG LIVES FOR THE FUTURE,” SAID DANAH CAMERON, GROUP PR & TRAINING OFFICER AT THE JBG.

“A LARGE PERCENTAGE OF OUR STAFF AND CONTRACTED WORKERS ARE FROM AREAS AROUND THE JBG’S FACILITIES AND THEY PLAY A BIG ROLE IN THE SUCCESS OF OUR OPERATIONS. IN FACT, WE HAVE FOUND THAT THERE IS NO SHORTAGE OF SKILL AND TALENT COMING OUT OF ST. CATHERINE. SO WE HAVE GREAT ADMIRATION AND RESPECT FOR THE TEACHERS WHO HAVE FACILITATED THEIR EDUCATION AND WANT TO SHOW THEM HOW MUCH WE CARE,” CAMERON CONTINUED.

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