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We wish to inform our fans that the Internal Revenue Service have Granted the Jamaica's Education for the Poor Foundation a 501(c) charter on December 05,2011. Contribution are deductible under section 170 of the code.You are also qualified to receive tax deductible bequests,devises,transfers or gifts under section 2055,2106,or 2522 of the code. Jamaica Day is own and operated by Jamaica's education for the Poor foundation to raise funds for construction of leadership institute for at risk youth in jamaica.Your support and contribution will be highly appreciated.
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The Jamaica Promotional Company was formed almost twenty years ago with the intention of providing quality entertainment within theWashington Metropolitan area. Entertainment included disc jockey competitions, soccer tournaments, fashion, and reggae shows. The original members of the group were George Daley, Jackie Asher/Davy, Eric McNish and Carlos Daley. Most members were graduates of Howard University.
Some of the events that took place included CHARLES HYATT, Miss LOU, FANTAN MOJAH, MERRITONE, LEROY SIBBLES, KEN BOOTHE, GLAMOUR WAYNE, WAYNE WONDER, GHOST, FABULOUS FIVE, RENNASANCE, AFRIQUE, and ROAD INTERNATIONAL. The group has change over the years, with some members moving back to Jamaica. The remaining members are Carlos Daley and new inductee, also a Howard university graduate Elaine Daley. We decided to do the Jamaica day reggae festival to fill a void within the Washington Metropolitan area as there are no such programs.We want to thank Barbara Daley,Jennifer O'brian,Patrick Daley,George Daley and Kamau McNish for their invaluable and selfless assistance to jamaica Day Reggae Festival.
Jamaica Promotional Company just staged the first annual patented reggae idol competition and is already planning for next year event. Part proceed from the concert will be going towards the Jamaica education for the poor foundation in Kingston Jamaica. The Jamaica Reggae Day festival will feature ALTON ELLIS, LEROY SIBBLES, PROFESSOR NUTS, ADMIRAL BAILEY, VC, WINSTON BLAKE, AFRIQUE, GLAMOUR WAYNE and many others. Patrons should expect an exciting and therapeutic performance from the artiste and disc jockeys.