Archive for October, 2010

October 28th, 2010

SMJ Jaleel Pre Elite Primary School Tennis Program 2

Fruta and Oasis Water sponsors children’s tennis in Tobago

The professional tennis career of one young man, Yohansey Williams, son of THA and successful tennis coach in Tobago, Anthony Williams, is about to take off, and SM Jaleel & Co. Ltd is thrilled to have been part of his success.

Yohansey has registered in the IMG-Bolletieri Academy, Florida, USA, and is ready, albeit a little nervous to embark on his exciting, professional career. His love for tennis was nurtured on the humble home courts in Tobago under the guidance of his father, Anthony, in the program which is currently sponsored by SM Jaleel & Company Ltd. Read the rest of this entry »

October 8th, 2010

American Classic Cola 6pack

More refreshment, more chill, more convenience, more value for money with new American Classic six pack cans. The six packs were launched in Trinidad in August, will be coming soon to the rest of the Caribbean.

October 5th, 2010

Miss Viva takes home the Miss Petite Jamaica crown!

Pulse Caribbean Model Search

Miss Petite Jamaica –Lara George (Miss Viva)

On September 5th, Miss Viva, Lara George, copped the title of Miss Petite Fashion Model at the Pulse Caribbean Model Search, at the Wyndham Hotel in Jamaica. Viva Water was proud to sponsor the endearing Lara, one of more than one hundred hopefuls in the competition. The four titles up for grabs in the premier event this year were Fashion Model, Petite Fashion Model, Male Face, and Full-figured model. Read the rest of this entry »

October 5th, 2010

From Trash to Cash

From Trash to Cash takes our environmental efforts to the island of St. Vincent. SM Jaleel & Co. Ltd. has teamed up with Bryden & Partners (SVG) Ltd., on a worthwhile recycling campaign. For every kilogram of Cole Cold, Busta, Chubby, Fruta and Viva empty bottles that is bagged and sent to Bryden & Partners (SVG) Ltd., for recycling, the consumer will be paid cash in return. Together we will combat pollution and preserve the environment, one empty bottle at a time. Read the rest of this entry »