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Mandeville to host Father's Day expo tomorrow

Saturday, June 17, 2017

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FRIENDS of Brooks Park will tomorrow host the inaugural 'Celebrate HIM Father's Day Expo' — an all-day affair at Brooks Park in Mandeville, Manchester.

According to the organiser, the event, which is being held under the theme 'Loving, Supporting and Honouring our Men', is aimed at providing a wholesome day of fun, enlightenment and entertainment for men, while showcasing a wide array of services and products targeting them.

Chairman of the Friends of Brooks Park, Vivien Morris Brown said she is heartened by the response of businesses in central Jamaica toward the event.

“Support for Celebrate HIM has been very encouraging, with businesses coming on board to support the event and take advantage of opportunities to reach a captive audience of fathers and other males who will be attending the event,” she said. “We have engaged the business community, NGOs and other stakeholders in Manchester, and have planned several activities to ensure a memorable event,” Morris Brown added.

Among the attractions at the exposition are exhibitors of men's health and wellness products, men's grooming, a multicultural fashion exhibition, a car show, Dutch auction, eligible bachelors' auction and a pastors' spin-off, which will see church leaders going head- to-head in a play-off of their favourite musical selections.

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