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Thursday 18 January 2018
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Companies party at Hyatt

Employees on the dance floor enjoying the music.

Last Friday, over 400 employees enjoyed the ambience of the Hyatt Regency Ballroom in Port of Spain with its traditional holiday elements of decorations, food and entertainment for their Christmas party. Over 25 companies booked the Regency Ballroom and their employees all came together to have fun and exchange gifts.

Singer Luke Samerson engages two-year-old Riley on the dance floor.

For the third and most successful year, Hyatt’s theme of Deck the Halls came to life in what they called The Biggest Little Christmas Party where the whole event was divided up among companies like T&TEC, Honeywell, UWI, Henley Business School, Maritime, Las Lomas Secondary School, C&H Associates, MEG Enterprises, ARK Outsourcing Ltd, 3M, Caribbean Jobs, Rinzai and Company, Ministry of Tourism, Ministry of Community Development, Culture and The Arts among others.

Granny and JW check Henley Alumni’s mystery items.

Host JW (Jason Williams) and Granny (Nikki Crosby) were very entertaining as they gave out several door prizes from Courts and The Hyatt.

Charmaine Mahadeo at right receives her door prize from Court’s Nicole Mills.

One lucky winner, Nicholas Shade-Doodnath won himself two tickets to Lime, the Hyatt’s premium Carnival all-inclusive fete. Others won weekend for two and lunch at the Hyatt as part of the package.

Hyatt’s director of events Heather Douglas presents Nicholas Shade-Doodnath with two tickets for Lime.

Entertainment was provided by Lujoe and The Gifted, Raquel Winchester and a DJ.

Allison Defreitas, Shevaie Beharry and Carol Karim of Honeywell.

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