'Daylight All-Inclusive Breakfast Party 'for Mangos Resort

Thursday, August 23, 2018

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FALMOUTH, Trelawny — The lure of breakfast parties continues to grow with the second staging of Daylight All-inclusive Breakfast Party dubbed as the 'Farewell Summer Edition'. This latest addition is set for this Sunday at Mangos Resort in Falmouth, Trelawny.

The first staging unfolded less than a year ago, and with positive reviews, the promoters decided to stage another this summer.

The Jamaica Observer West understands that plans are already in high gear for a third staging later this year in December.

Wilfred Johnson, director, Kreative Events, organisers of the event, stated that the party has all the elements to make it exceptional.

“Our venue choice has given us a bit of an edge; we are at the breathtaking Mangos Resort. Persons can take advantage of the special booking rates and just wake up to a really exceptional party. The venue is comfortable, safe and luxurious. The food and entertainment are of the best quality,” said Johnson.

“We have a strong line-up of DJs which include Nicco, Illusion and Jigga. And as a bonus, the event will be hosted by Gabrielle Davis from the American TV show Love & Hip-Hop Miami.”

A major component of breakfast parties is the food offerings, and Daylight promoters are promising great food choices with stations serving up Jamaican fare, including callaloo, ackee and saltfish, as well omelettes, pancakes and waffle stations with coconut water and mimosas.

The event is set for a 5:00 am start and is scheduled to end at 11:00 am.

Pre-sold tickets are available at Pier One in Montego Bay; Peppa's Jerk Centre, Majestic Bundles and Parts to Go in Falmouth; and TK Raffine Boutique in Ocho Rios, at a cost of $4,500, while patrons will pay $5,500 at the gate. The event is sponsored by Mangos Resort, Red Bull, Rum Fire, and Eaton's Sauces and Condiments.

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