Thanks, Milo

Thursday, February 07, 2019

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Chris-Anthony Salter (left) consumer marketing manager powdered beverages Nestle Jamaica, hands over the cheque of $200,000 for the Milo Western Initiative at the recent media launch of the 41st Milo Western Relays held at the Holy Trinity Hall in Westgate, St James.

The initiative, which is in its fourth year, rewards western-based schools that get athletes on national teams during the previous year.

Also photographed from (second left) are Antonio Watson of Petersfield High, Andre Bent of William Knibb Memorial, Shaquena Foote of Petersfield High, Ackeem Gordon of Cornwall College, meet director Ray Harvey, and Machel Woolery, coach of the Petersfield High team. The meet will be held at GC Foster, St Catherine on February 9.

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