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Downsound Entertainment thanks the people of Jamaica, all the Reggae and Dancehall fans worldwide, and all of the artists, partners and sponsors for making Reggae Sumfest 2017 one for the record books and one of the greatest festivals ever in Jamaica….and helping us take the spirit, music, and culture of Jamaica proudly to the world….see you again July 15 – 21 , 2018 for the 26th Reggae Sumfest.
Downsound Entertainment thanks the people of Jamaica, all the Reggae and Dancehall fans worldwide, and all of the artists, partners and sponsors for making Reggae Sumfest 2017 one for the record books and one of the greatest festivals ever in Jamaica….and helping us take the spirit, music, and culture of Jamaica proudly to the world….see you again July 15 – 21 , 2018 for the 26th Reggae Sumfest.
Downsound Entertainment thanks the people of Jamaica, all the Reggae and Dancehall fans worldwide, and all of the artists, partners and sponsors for making Reggae Sumfest 2017 one for the record books and one of the greatest festivals ever in Jamaica….and helping us take the spirit, music, and culture of Jamaica proudly to the world….see you again July 15 – 21 , 2018 for the 26th Reggae Sumfest.






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Downsound Entertainment thanks the people of Jamaica, all the Reggae and Dancehall fans worldwide, and all of the artists, partners and sponsors for making Reggae Sumfest 2017 one for the record books and one of the greatest festivals ever in Jamaica….and helping us take the spirit, music, and culture of Jamaica proudly to the world….see you again July 15 – 21 , 2018 for the 26th Reggae Sumfest.
Downsound Entertainment thanks the people of Jamaica, all the Reggae and Dancehall fans worldwide, and all of the artists, partners and sponsors for making Reggae Sumfest 2017 one for the record books and one of the greatest festivals ever in Jamaica….and helping us take the spirit, music, and culture of Jamaica proudly to the world….see you again July 15 – 21 , 2018 for the 26th Reggae Sumfest.

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Downsound Entertainment thanks the people of Jamaica, all the Reggae and Dancehall fans worldwide, and all of the artists, partners and sponsors for making Reggae Sumfest 2017 one for the record books and one of the greatest festivals ever in Jamaica….and helping us take the spirit, music, and culture of Jamaica proudly to the world….see you again July 15 – 21 , 2018 for the 26th Reggae Sumfest.
Downsound Entertainment thanks the people of Jamaica, all the Reggae and Dancehall fans worldwide, and all of the artists, partners and sponsors for making Reggae Sumfest 2017 one for the record books and one of the greatest festivals ever in Jamaica….and helping us take the spirit, music, and culture of Jamaica proudly to the world….see you again July 15 – 21 , 2018 for the 26th Reggae Sumfest.



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Downsound Entertainment thanks the people of Jamaica, all the Reggae and Dancehall fans worldwide, and all of the artists, partners and sponsors for making Reggae Sumfest 2017 one for the record books and one of the greatest festivals ever in Jamaica….and helping us take the spirit, music, and culture of Jamaica proudly to the world….see you again July 15 – 21 , 2018 for the 26th Reggae Sumfest.
Downsound Entertainment thanks the people of Jamaica, all the Reggae and Dancehall fans worldwide, and all of the artists, partners and sponsors for making Reggae Sumfest 2017 one for the record books and one of the greatest festivals ever in Jamaica….and helping us take the spirit, music, and culture of Jamaica proudly to the world….see you again July 15 – 21 , 2018 for the 26th Reggae Sumfest.

“Caribbean Love Now pledges $5m to support Hurricane Dorian relief” – Loop News Jamaica

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Caribbean Love Now pledges $5m to support Hurricane Dorian relief

Standing in unity are Alveta Knight, Honorary Consul of the Commonwealth of the Bahamas to Jamaica (third from left) and Joe Bogdanovich, Chairman of Caribbean Love Now (fourth from left). Joining them are (from left) Chamal Bethel, Bahamian national; Bobby Blake of Hardware and Lumber; Keva Hylton, Bahamianl; Lovett Brian of H&L Rapid; Toni Kaye Johnson, President of the Bahamian Student Association at UWI and Marcus Richards, Managing Director of Hardware & Lumber.Standing in unity are Alveta Knight, Honorary Consul of the Commonwealth of the Bahamas to Jamaica (third from left) and Joe Bogdanovich, Chairman of Caribbean Love Now (fourth from left). Joining them are (from left) Chamal Bethel, Bahamian national; Bobby Blake of Hardware and Lumber; Keva Hylton, Bahamianl; Lovett Brian of H&L Rapid; Toni Kaye Johnson, President of the Bahamian Student Association at UWI and Marcus Richards, Managing Director of Hardware & Lumber.

Investor Joe Bogdanovich announced that Caribbean Love Now Foundation (CLN) has teamed up with a number of his companies to provide support for Hurricane Dorian relief and recovery in The Bahamas.

CLN has pledged an initial sum $5 million and is inviting the Jamaican public to join the pledge by making donations of cash and relief supplies at H&L Rapid True Value and H&L Agro stores across the island.

Hurricane Dorian is recorded as the strongest and most powerful storm to hit The Bahamas creating unprecedented damage on the islands of Abaco and Grand Bahama. The latest reports from the government of the Bahamas is that some 1,500 people remain missing.

(L – R) Chairman of Caribbean Love Now (CLN), Joe Bogdanovich, discusses the effects Hurricane Dorian has on Bahamanians with Alveta Knight, the Honorary Consul of the Commonwealth of the Bahamas to Jamaica, at the launch of Caribbean Love Now Bahamas Relief  at H&L Rapid True Value, Constant Spring, Kingston.

“We are heartbroken by the stories of devastation that occurred in the wake of Hurricane Dorian. But we are also heartened by the spirit of survival of the Bahamian people and will support them on the journey to rebuild,” said Joe Bogdanovich.

Caribbean Love Now will aid in the immediate relief effort and once the recovery phase is initiated, will direct its efforts to rebuild health and education facilities.  Similar support was provided to the government of Dominica in its rebuilding work following Hurricane Maria. Caribbean Love Now is registered under the Jamaica Charities Act 2013.

Revvae Edwards, cashier at H&L Rapid True Value, Constant Spring showcases a donation bucket that will be used to collect contributions for Hurricane Dorian relief and recovery in the Bahamas.

Alveta Knight, the Honorary Consul for The Commonwealth of The Bahamas in Jamaica said, “I am overwhelmed by the love, as demonstrated in cash, kind and prayers, extended by the people of Jamaica to my beautiful Bahamaland. As we navigate our way through the uncharted devastation left behind by Hurricane Dorian with the help of Caribbean Love Now and the wider Caribbean family, are confident that we shall rise like a  phoenix out this hurricane’s destructive ‘ashes’. Thank you, Jamaica.”

Hardware & Lumber will donate equipment and building supplies. Jamaicans are also invited to make donations of tools, tarpaulins batteries and solar lamps, etc. at all 15 H&L Rapid True Value and H&L Agro stores across the island. One hundred per cent of all donations will be distributed to the people of The Bahamas.

http://www.loopjamaica.com/content/caribbean-love-now-pledges-5m-support-hurricane-dorian-relief

“Gallery | Reggae Sumfest 2019 Festival Night One” – Jamaica Gleaner

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Gallery | Reggae Sumfest 2019 Festival Night One

Reggae Sumfest 2019 featuring performances by Chronixx, Koffee, Beenie Man, Bounty Killer, Spice, Agent Sasco, Dexta Daps, Squash, Spragga Benz, Elephant Man, Munga, Govana, Dovey Magnum, Unknown Gringo, Shane E, Chronic Law, Jahvillani and Shauna Controlla held at Catherine Hall, Montego Bay on Friday July 19, 2019.
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“Caribbean Airlines’ Maiden Sumfest” – Jamaica Observer

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Caribbean Airlines’ Maiden Sumfest
Saturday, July 27, 2019

On its maiden flight as title sponsor of Reggae Sumfest, Caribbean Airlines hosted a gaggle of guests with interests ranging from government and business to style and academia, making its VIP Lounge the hotspot destination at Catherine Hall.

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Caribbean Love Campaign Offers Big Support For Post-Hurricane Recovery:Tarrus Riley is the first artist to lend suport

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Caribbean Love Campaign Offers Big Support For Post-Hurricane Recovery

Joe Bogdanovich (third from right), Investor & CEO, Downsound Records is flanked by (from left) Lloyd Distant, CEO, Hardware & Lumber Limited; Delano Seiveright, Senior Advisor, Ministry of Tourism; Taurus Riley, recording artiste; Gary Matalon, CEO & Director, KLE Group; and Marcus Richards, Executive Vice Chairman of Argyle Industries Inc., and Director of Hardware and Lumber at the launch of the Caribbean Love Campaign in support of post-hurricane rebuilding efforts in islands affected by hurricanes Irma and Maria. Mr. Bogdanovich will leverage the businesses and brands with which he is associated to rally donations on behalf of the people in islands impacted by the hurricanes.

Investor Joe Bogdanovich yesterday announced the launch of Caribbean Love, a hurricane relief campaign that will support rebuilding programmes in islands affected by Hurricanes Irma and Maria.

As part of the campaign, Mr. Bogdanovich will leverage the businesses and brands with which he is associated to rally donations on behalf of the people in islands impacted by the hurricanes. Each business and brand will participate in the relief effort in their own way.

“As human beings, we should all be deeply concerned by what has happened over the course of the hurricane season. But this is an opportunity for us to define who we are as Caribbean people. The devastation must be met with hope, unity and a sense of purpose,” said Mr. Bogdanovich.

The brands and businesses Mr. Bogdanovich has made the launch partners of Caribbean Love are Reggae Sumfest, Downsound Records, Downsound Entertainment, FranJam, KLE, Usain Bolt’s Tracks & Records, H&L Rapid True Value, H&L Agro, Parkland Industrial Co., Argyle Industries and the R Hotel. Additional partners will be announced as the campaign is deployed.

At present, the key initiatives of the campaign include contributions of cash from each business as well as:

Sumfest Reloaded…  the Benefit

DSE will produce a benefit concert and telethon set to take place in Kingston, Jamaica tentatively scheduled for a date in November 2017. Artists from Jamaica and the Caribbean will be invited to perform.

Donations of equipment and supplies

Hardware & Lumber will also donate equipment and building supplies.  Jamaicans are also invited to make donations of canned food, clothing, tarpaulins batteries and solar lamps, etc. in containers donated by Parkland Industrial Co. at all 15 H&L Rapid True Value and H&L Agro stores across the island.  One hundred percent of all donations will be distributed to the people of the affected islands.

Global monetary donations and support

The Caribbean Love campaign will reach out globally to all continents and to millions of Caribbean music, culture, and lifestyle fans and various enterprises for financial and other types of support of this initiative.

Mr. Bogdanovich appealed to corporations and artists to join the Caribbean Love movement. “I am calling out personally to corporations and artists to join the Caribbean Love movement.  Now more than ever, we have to stand up for our Caribbean brothers and sisters. No one could have imagined that so much could be lost so quickly. Jamaica is in the position to help in a meaningful way, but we must act now, and we must act together and make an important difference,” he said.

“We as a group are committed to helping our Caribbean brothers and sisters in this tremulous time of need. We are committed to making a difference,” said Mr. Bogdanovich. He further stated that the Caribbean Love visit the affected islands to meet with government and development organizations and local charities to develop a clear understanding of the help needed to return growth and stability to these countries.

 

Joe Bogdanovich, Investor & CEO, Downsound Records shares details on the Caribbean Love Campaign in support of post-hurricane rebuilding efforts in islands affected by hurricanes Irma and Maria. Mr. Bogdanovich will leverage the businesses and brands with which he is associated to rally donations on behalf of the people in islands impacted by the hurricanes. “I am calling out personally to corporations and artistes to join the Caribbean Love movement. Now more than ever, we have to stand up for our Caribbean brothers and sisters. No one could have imagined that so much could have been lost so quickly. Jamaica is in the position to help in a meaningful way, but we must act now, and we must act together and make an important difference,” he said.

CEO Joe Bogdanovich launches “Caribbean Love” campaign to support post-hurricane relief

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Joe Bogdanovich launches campaign to support post-hurricane relief

 Investor Joe Bogdanovich today announced the launch of Caribbean Love, a hurricane relief campaign that will support rebuilding programmes in islands affected by Hurricanes Irma and Maria.

As part of the campaign, Bogdanovich will leverage the businesses and brands with which he is associated to rally donations on behalf of the people in islands impacted by the hurricanes. Each business and brand will participate in the relief effort in their own way.

“As human beings, we should all be deeply concerned by what has happened over the course of the hurricane season. But this is an opportunity for us to define who we are as Caribbean people. The devastation must be met with hope, unity and a sense of purpose,” said Bogdanovich.

The brands and businesses Bogdanovich has made the launch partners of Caribbean Love are Reggae Sumfest, Downsound Records, Downsound Entertainment, FranJam, KLE, Usain Bolt’s Tracks & Records, H&L Rapid True Value, H&L Agro, Parkland Industrial Co., Argyle Industries and the R Hotel. Additional partners will be announced as the campaign is deployed.

Sumfest Reloaded…  the Benefit

A benefit concert and telethon set to take place in Kingston, Jamaica tentatively scheduled for a date in November 2017.

Donations of equipment and supplies

Hardware & Lumber will also donate equipment and building supplies.  Jamaicans are also invited to make donations of canned food, clothing, tarpaulins batteries and solar lamps, etc. in containers donated by Parkland Industrial Co. at all 15 H&L Rapid True Value and H&L Agro stores across the island.  One hundred percent of all donations will be distributed to the people of the affected islands.

Bogdanovich appealed to corporations and artistes to join the Caribbean Love movement. “Now more than ever, we have to stand up for our Caribbean brothers and sisters. No one could have imagined that so much could be lost so quickly.  Jamaica is in the position to help in a meaningful way, but we must act now, and we must act together,” he said.

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