• The Best Dressed Chicken 12 Chefs of Christmas heated up homes across the island with deliciously imaginative holiday dinners valued at $100,000.

  • On December 15, 16 and 18, representatives of the Jamaica Broilers Group moved throughout various communities in St Catherine as they played Santa Claus to nearly 1,500 residents.

    Photo caption: Danah Cameron (left), PR and training officer, Jamaica Broilers, spends time with Icelyn Wright during the presentation of food packages.

  • FORTY women from St Elizabeth Women (SEW) Limited are now proud business owners, thanks to an initiative sponsored by Food For the Poor (FFP) Jamaica and Hi-Pro Feeds.

  • ​...dressed in bright yellow Best Dressed Chicken shirts and Santa Claus hats, the team headed into the McCook’s Pen community with a van loaded with food packages for 100 elderly and shut-ins, escorted by Charmaine White, a member of the McCook’s Pen Citizens’ Association who ensured that everyone on her list was remembered.

  • Captain of the Sunshine Girls Nicole Aiken-Pinnock expressed gratitude to the Minister without Portfolio with responsibility for Sport, Natatlie Neita Headley for taking time out to stage an appreciation function for the netball team and management staff who competed in the Wold Cup during August.

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    PHOTO: Applaud It!

    Applaud It! is a week-long long initiative that provides a unique opportunity for the country’s powerful players of industry to meet the next generation exactly where they are and guide them through a formidable dining experience exposing them to social and dining skills.

  • THE Jamaica Broilers Group hosted its 2015 back-to-school awards function at its head office in McCook’s Pen, St Catherine, last Tuesday.

  • The Jamaica Broilers Group made presentations to a large gathering of students at the group’s 2015 back-to-school awards ceremony, held Tuesday in the staff training building at its head office in McCook’s Pen, St Catherine.

  • (From left) Leroy Brown, honorary secretary of Tennis Jamaica; Denzil Wilks, general manager of SDF; first vice-president of Tennis Jamaica, Aswad Morgan; Moya Leiba-Barris, general manager, client relations, JMMB; and business development manager of Hi-Pro Dayne Patterson are given a demonstration by young star Mikalia Stephens at the launch of the Hi-Pro-sponsored All-Jamaica Senior Tennis Championships at Eric Bell Tennis Centre courts yesterday. (PHOTO: ASTON SPAULDING)

  • Hi-Pro Business Development Manager Dayne Patterson said his company is pleased to partner with Tennis Jamaica to stage the 2015 tournament. Hi-Pro, a division of the Jamaica Broilers Group, is the title sponsor for the second year running.

  • PRESIDENT of Tennis Jamaica John Bailey declared that the idea of his organisation hosting the Hi-Pro-sponsored All Jamaica Senior Tennis Championships has gained traction over the years.

  • The summer camp is hosted by Racers Track Club on the campus of the University of the West Indies, Mona campus, from July 6 to 24. Participants came from, the United States, Canada, England, British Virgin Islands, The Cayman Islands, and Trinidad. The main sponsor, Jamaica Broilers, has been with the camp since 2013