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NCB MoBay fetes hardworking staff

Published:Friday | December 21, 2018 | 12:00 AMJanet Silvera/ Senior Gleaner Writer
From left: Kerry-Ann Grant, Marlene Lampart, Racquel Gardner and Marsha McKenzie.
Those who were born in December, skip around! Instead, they cut a communal cake. From left are Elecia Maxam-Thompson, Marian Edwards, Samuel Brown, Tania Watson, Kerry-Ann Grant and Kimberly Edwards.
The after-party was off the rock as NCB Fairview, St James Street, and Half Moon celebrated by awarding their best-performing members of staff.
‘Head cook and bottle washer’ Zelecia Smith, branch service representative and event coordinator, makes her grand entrance.
Ties and Finesse event committee members (from left) Syreeta Benjamin, Marian Edwards, Zelecia Smith and Andrea Lowe-Garwood of National Commercial Bank, Fairview in Montego Bay, were in a happy mood.
Tanesha Roberts, manager, private banking, models a Maxi Department Store jumper.
Wayne Hunter (right), branch manager, NCB Montego Bay, exits his escorted Porsche courtesy of ATL Automotive. The driver of the car assists him.
Andrea Allen-Phillips (left), service quality manager, presents the Branch Service Representative award to Janelle Palmer.
NCB’s Neil ‘Pato’ Patterson (left) gets to share the stage with his favourite artiste, Agent Sasco.
Staff members at NCB went wild when Agent Sasco delivered hit after hit.
Janice Watson, business development representative, NCB Half Moon.
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Agent Sasco continued his winning streak last Saturday night, creating musical waves on stage at National Commercial Bank Montego Bay's Ties and Finesse, an Evening of Panache and Elegance.

Sasco, who has become renowned on the north coast in the last year, was in top form as he delivered hit after hit to an intimate group of bankers who have excelled in various roles at the institution between 2017 and 2018.

In fact, they shed their business development robes, acting as back-up singers for the artiste and strutting their stuff as fashionistas on stage while enjoying the perks of royalty with ATL Automobile drivers providing carte blanche VIP service.

Interceded with the solid performance by Sasco, western Jamaica's dance company, First Dance Studios, mesmerised the audience, just as they had promised to do.

With dance a critical aspect of the Jamaican culture, the dancers 'jumped up and danced as the music came alive', adding that oomph to the Zelecia Smith-coordinated event.

The bank teller, who will become a force to be reckoned with when she moves from behind that cashier's till, received tremendous assistance from Syreeta Benjamin, Marian Edwards, and Andrea Lowe-Garwood, in addition to others.

The Montego Bay branch seized the opportunity to recognise staff members who displayed an exemplary level of performance and work ethic in the last year, with rising stars Cordell Brown Monique Purrier-Roberts, Imoneke Fray and Ricardo Brown, leading a team that included, but was not limited to, Robert Wolfe, Mark Farquharson, Vinceroy Minto, Marian Edwards, Julian Vickers and Lorraine Reid.

It was definitely a night of panache and elegance, lit by a band that calls themselves Light Switch.

janet.silvera@gleanerjm.com