St. Vincent and the Grenadines will join entities with more than 170 countries in celebrating Global Entrepreneurship Week from November 13th– November 19th, 2017, through Ignite, a Global Entrepreneurship Network partner. This year, the network will celebrate 10 years of helping millions of people unleash their ideas to start and scale new businesses. Ignite as a marketing and public relations consultancy that interfaces with various entrepreneurs, will be hosting a range of activities designed to inspire new & existing entrepreneurs.
To celebrate this special week, Ignite will have the MAKING IT HAPPEN SERIES – FROM CONCEPT TO REALITY. This is an online video series (each video 5-8 minutes max ) on the Ignite! Facebook page that includes sit downs with about eight (8) entrepreneurs across different sectors who have made it and are making it happen in SVG. They will highlight their struggles, challenges, success stories and most importantly how they went from having an idea to making it a reality. Candice Sealey the founder & Principal Consultant at Ignite will share the importance of public relations for businesses as well as the importance of entrepreneurs building their personal brand. She will also host a feature discussion on the importance of quality branding materials for businesses with graphic designers, audio production personnel, photographers & videographers as well as panelists. Each panelist will be a freelancer/entrepreneur and will also share how they took their idea and made it into a business.
The celebrations will also include the Make it happen video competition which is open to early start-up businesses. Each early start-up must submit a video no more than 5 minutes pitching their business/product. The video must be submitted via email to email@example.com. They will be judged by a panel as well as the public (via Ignite facebook page). The top 5 pitches as judged by the panel and the public will then go through to the finale where they will pitch their ideas to a LIVE panel as well as members of the public.
The Winner will receive free logo design & free 10 mins marketing consultation from Ignite, a 10% discount off brand essentials design from Ignite! (business cards, letter head, social media design-profile & cover art) and banners for 3 months. They will also get exposure to additional funding through Global Domination Capital, a Caribbean fintech start up based in Trinidad & Tobago and even more prizes which are yet to be anounced!
In addition, Ignite, local partner for Women Entrepreneurship Day (WED) will to host a brunch on Sunday November 19th which will have Miss Rene Baptiste and Miss Kimya Glasgow as guest speakers. There will also be a PITCH IT session where female entrepreneurs have 3 minutes to pitch their ideas after which they will receive feedback from a panel as well as persons in attendance. The panel will consist of Ms. Anette Mark, Executive Director of Invest SVG, Mr. Kenrick Quashie, CEO of Global Domination Capital & Founder & MD of Youth Business Trust and Ms. Kimya Glasgow – Entrepreneur, CEO & Founder Kimya Glasgow Designs Inc.
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We’re all about our blue, yellow and green throughout the month of October. We anticipate the days when we can come out in our colours and proudly wave the national flag and declare that St. Vincent and the Grenadines is the piece of rock in the Caribbean Sea that we are glad to call home. This year after the annual Independence Day parade we had even more activities through which we could express our Vincy pride thanks to Invest SVG. The Everything Vincy Exhibition held at the E.T Joshua Airport over a three day period (October 27th-29th), was the place to be during the independence weekend. This new initiative is aimed at highlighting the products and services that St. Vincent and the Grenadines has to offer and encouraging entrepreneurial spirit as we continue on in nation building. Training workshops were also offered to the business owners who took part in the exhibition to gain knowledge on topics such as customer service and marketing which equips the business owners with tools that would help them take their businesses to the next level. This initiative is one that we are happy to see so well executed and the patrons are excited to attend in the coming years as it gets bigger and better. This is part 2 of the article where we bring you a little insight on some of the exhibitors and their products. If you haven’t read part 1 as yet, click here to view it!
Brio Ché is the brainchild of Bernadette Warren (pictured above) who many may know as Camille. They provide a line of luxury health and beauty products which inlude virgin coconut oil, body scrubs, lotions, lips balms, foot soaks, soy scented candles and massage oils. After looking at the list of products offered by Brio Ché, you’ll notice that just about everything has coconut in it and here’s why. Bernadette was raised primarily by her grandmother and coconut was a huge part of how she earned a living. Along with selling vegetables, she would make and sell coconut snacks and coconut oil and the profits allowed her to provide for Bernadette. She also credits coconut oil as the reason she’s able to stay in good health as she would consume it and use in her hair and on her skin. When Bernadette started out making concoctions to soothe her own and her husband’s skin conditions, she did some research and she knew coconut oil had to be a part of it. The end products were all natural, organic and infused with herbs and healing plants. After they experienced how well the products worked for them and received great reviews from family and friends, she officially registered the Brio Ché business in 2013. The effort that goes into producing such a health conscious yet aesthetically appealing line of products is apparent even in the packaging (which Bernadette shares she plans to make even more eco-friendly). Very soon, you might be able to watch your purchases being made from start to finish; Ms. Warren has high hopes for the next phase of her business which could include a storefront with designated production and retail areas.
Since 1985, Nzimbu Browne has created art that thoroughly reflects the rhythm of Vincentian living. Our history, culture, traditions and landscapes are so eloquently expressed through collages made from what some would consider to be waste. “I take it up and add some intelligence into it” he said as he explained that dried banana leaves and coconut shells are his choice of medium. In addition to his beautiful collages, he also does tie-dye and makes drums. He refers to his creativity as his survival kit as this has been his way of earning a living for over 30 years and his passion and determination shines through in his work ethic. Browne expressed a desire to be on an international market to have his work appreciated and purchased by millions of people and says he’s ready and willing to put in the hard work that this will take.
Melissa Ashton’s Jewelry making talent is actually the gift she prayed for and she’s passionate about putting her blessing to good use. When she made her first pair of earrings she used her teeth to do what her hands couldn’t. Fortunately, her sister saw her need and bought her a pair of pliers which she still uses to this day. She attributes her success thus far to the fact that her aim is to make her customers happy which in turn gives her the greatest feeling of fulfillment. At the moment she makes earrings, necklaces, bracelets, anklets, beaded key-chains and has just started dabbling in the production of scented candles. She hopes to eventually have a storefront where she sells not only her jewelry but glass beads and the findings and components that are involved in the craft. She’s eager to continue building her business and see her small beginnings blossom into great achievements.
If you’re an avid snacker, chances are you’ve seen and probably buy several Cyrus Snacks. After retiring from her day job, in 2008 proud owner Betty Cyrus started making plantain chips for sale. Since then, sweet potato, breadfruit, spicy banana, eddoe and sweet cassava chips have been added to the line of snacks offered. It started out as her way of making use of the food items that she saw would go to waste. It has now blossomed into a substantial business that makes the snacks many Vincentians love to munch on. Betty’s products can be found in almost all of our major supermarkets but she hopes to eventually develop the demand necessary to export her snacks.
Michelle Bacchus Barbour the talent behind tasty creations of Me-Shelli Unique started out as a seamstress. Over ten years ago, she learnt the basics of baking from a friend and went on to try out new things to create cakes and cookies as requested by friends and family. She incorporated these two skills as well as her crafting abilities into a venture that would provide a one of a kind wedding package. This package included custom clothing for the bridal party, handmade bouquets and of course, she could provide the wedding cake. Over time, she became more renowned for her baking than her sewing and so she has decided to stick with it.
The Richmond Vale Academy’s attendance was a timely reminder of the role we play in global warming and climate change. This organization has researched and taught lessons on climate change and initiated projects that include beach cleanups, tree planting and setting up model gardens. They also produce informative radio and television programs and hold open days to help spread their message. The team was eager to share flyers and have insightful conversations with the attendees in hopes that more of us will become Climate Activists and fight to make our country more energy, food and disaster secure. Climate change is real and we have to work together to build a nation that can withstand and overcome its effects.
The exhbitors mentioned are only a sample of what the Everything Vincy Exhibtion had to offer. Some of the other businesses that attended the event included Immense Bags, Link Up, Erica’s Country Style, Escape Health and Day Spa, Fanfare Events, Searles Agro Products, Mudulla Propagation, East Caribbean Group of Companies (ECGC) and so much more. We can’t wait for next year’s Exhibition!
If you haven’t read part 1 as yet, click here to view it!
Photos by Ricky Hill, exclusively for Express Vinci®
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We’re all about our blue, yellow and green throughout the month of October. We anticipate the days when we can come out in our colours and proudly wave the national flag and declare that St. Vincent and the Grenadines is the piece of rock in the Caribbean Sea that we are glad to call home. This year after the annual Independence Day parade we had even more activities through which we could express our Vincy pride thanks to Invest SVG. The Everything Vincy Exhibition held at the E.T Joshua Airport over a three day period (October 27th-29th), was the place to be during the independence weekend. This new initiative is aimed at highlighting the products and services that St. Vincent and the Grenadines has to offer and encouraging entrepreneurial spirit as we continue on in nation building. Training workshops were also offered to the business owners who took part in the exhibition to gain knowledge on topics such as customer service and marketing which equips the business owners with tools that would help them take their businesses to the next level. This initiative is one that we are happy to see so well executed and the patrons are excited to attend in the coming years as it gets bigger and better. Here’s a little insight on some of the exhibitors and their products.
Eight years ago, Christal Oliver the founder of Olive art Designs, was a lab technician at the St. Vincent Girls’ High school with some free time and a hobby. This was the beginning of her journey to business owner. She hand-sewed bags at the time as a way to overcome boredom but her peers had such a positive response to the items she made that is wasn’t too long until she saw the opportunity to make her pastime into something greater.She decided to invest in a sewing machine to experiment. Experimentation led to new creations and opportunities and Olive Art designs is the end result of a young lady following her passion, believing in her vision and striving to give her very best to her customers. She credits her success thus far to patience, practice and persistence, and she’s always reading and learning so as to execute new ideas that could help her improve her business. She makes high quality custom handbags for every occasion and hopes that her creations will allow her to put St. Vincent and the Grenadines on the map, as she endeavors to cross boundaries regionally and internationally showcasing and gaining appreciation for her handiwork.
About six months ago, Rene Benn had a literal dream. A dream that one day, she went ‘dumpster-diving’! In the dream, she was accompanied by her husband and they were taking some huge bottles out of the trash. She then proceeded to decorate the bottles and they turned out beautifully. She awoke from her dream and realized what a great idea it was and Rene’s Ornamentations was born. She collected bottles and jars from her friends and family and any shops that were willing to give them to her. The artistic ability came naturally and she transforms trash to treasure creating vases and candle holders by hand. Her desire is to have a storefront for this venture as currently she only makes her items by order and uses social media to showcase them.
The Kalinago Tribe Essential Oils were definitely one of the standout items. There was basil, lemongrass, ginger, peppermint and many more to choose from. Each essential oil has its list of health benefits and the potency is unmistakable. The business was founded over 15 years ago by Augustine Sutherland and he’s proud to say that every ingredient is tested and harvested here from our rugged rocky mountains and undergoes a steam distillation process to produce these pure organic essential oils. In the beginning as a trained hair and scalp specialist, he would make small batches of the oils to combat problems his clients were experiencing and it has grown since then into a business that offers also eucalyptus inhalers and infused massage oils. His hope is to have the oils certified as organic by the agricultural department so that the world would know that the products are of the highest quality and are prepared with our health in mind.
Grow In Time is a creative social enterprise that seeks to bring together rehabilitation, land conservation and poverty alleviation in one project. Over the past two years a sustainable livelihood project has been implemented in our two correctional institutions that is coordinated by Vonnie Roudette. Through this initiative inmates are being taught and certified in their training to make mats, baskets and other products from Vetiver grass and Grow in time its marketing arm. This venture gives the individuals the skills they need to create an alternative way of earning a living. One of the best benefits of this project is that it takes much less money to start a business making the grass products than to start a business involving other skills that one may learn while incarcerated. The individuals are given a feeling of empowerment and this causes a huge positive change in their self image as they are given an opportunity to take care of their loved ones and contribute to their communities. The conservation aspect is in regards to the grass that is used. The grass is an excellent solution for soil erosion and great for slope stabilization, so this will tie into the next phase of the project which will be the planting initiative that will be executed by the former inmates. It is still early in the game but the results so far have show that all the individuals who have received the training have not committed any further offences and they report a more positive outlook on life. The products are simply exquisite and the initiative is a life-changing one.
From a very young age Anita Garraway knew she wanted to be her own boss and have her own business. As a child she would make and sell crochet crafts, cupcakes and fudge. In 1997 she got the opportunity to do an agro-processing course that laid the foundation for Aurora’s. She learned the skills necessary to produce and bottle her green seasoning, pepper sauces and pepper relish, as well as processing fish and chicken ham. She also produces gluten free breadfruit cakes, beetroot and Black cakes without egg. Her products can be found in supermarkets throughout St. Vincent. After so many years of hard work and sacrifices, she can now say that she is living her dream.
Natalie Cato of Kato’s Katering invited the patrons to ‘Feel the fun’ with samples of her premium rum punch, Red bikini. The Red Bikini is a rich and smooth concoction of fruit juice, spices and local rum and the premium taste is unmistakable. Ms Cato has perfected the recipe over the past few years and has now started promoting the product. Her hope is to get the product on the shelves in our supermarkets. Currently it is only produced by order and sourced directly from her.
Click here to read part 2 and find out more about the exhibitors and their products and services from the event!
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The 2017 Calypso semi-finals held on Friday night, 30th June, at the Victoria Park was indeed a fantastic musical experience. As the first show on the official ten day Vincy Mas festival, it featured twenty two of the nations outstanding calypsonians, ranging from the youthful but experienced Kristianna Christopher to seasoned veterans like, Patches, Fya Empress, Vibrating Scakes , Sulle and Brother Ebony.
The show started on time and flowed well; except for one or two small glitches it was well executed. Free of the on-stage props that will form part of the calypso finals; this show was a lyrical interaction between the calypsonians as social commentators and the expectant audience.
In this time of potentially intense political interactions, most of the singers focused their attention elsewhere: youth and crime, infidelity, emotional and physical abuse, and other real social matters that are important to our lives as Vincentians every day. The songs were informative,melodious, and some satirical and humorous. A combination that resulted in an excellent experience.
Of course I have my favourites, but will refrain from mentioning at this time.
My feelings are numerous and can’t all be articulated in this post. It serves to say though that we are a superbly talented nation and even though the carnival/summer festival season has been extended well beyond the ten days of Vincy Mas, the range of activities are such that calypso in particular and Vincy music in particular are not given the kind of exposure they deserve.
Our musicians and singers should be able to practise their craft effectively all year round; and to make a living as artists is a right they have earned but is yet to be realised. Lance Chapman, Friday night’s guest-artist alluded to this in his melodious and well articulated rendition.
The time seems to be right for a Vincentian Music Festival that will be independent and separate from Carnival and Vincy Mas. This could be a collaboration between private promoters and the department of culture: a week of concerts to showcase Vincentian Music of all genres, perhaps in October, when we celebrate our nation’s independence. No competition needed.
The ten calypsonians moving on to the Calypso Finals scheduled for Sunday 9th July 2017 are :
Glenroy “Sulle” Caesar, Robert “Patches” King, Shernelle “Skarpyon” Williams, Shaunelle Mc Kenzie, Sheena Collis, Lornette “Fya Empress” Nedd, Glenford “Azarah” Charles, Cecile “Lil Bit” Murray, Joanna Christopher, and Kenneth”Vibrating Scakes” Alleyne.
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As I started to write this memoir of a sort, I had to set the laptop down quickly and make a bee-line to the oven. Frantic that my cake was burnt, Whew ! It’s Mother’s day, which means it’s tea party day.
In Vincy, tea parties are an inherent part of Mother’s day and School fair culture. The phone is ringing off the hook for my mom, and sadly to say I haven’t given her a hug and a kiss yet because I’m caught up making sure the goodies she assigned for me to make are done for her event of the year- Women’s League Mother’s Day Tea !
My memories of this annual activity which is hosted by our Women’s League and by extension, the ladies of the congregation; is that it is a splendid opportunity to get our church and our community together, and display the culinary skills and talents of its members. My mom loves to see little girl in a pretty dresses, So my god-sister and I would flaunt our own pretty dresses on these sunny Sunday May afternoons, showcasing our best moves with then skinny frames…..Applause ! Applause !
As I got older, I retired from modeling but continue to volunteer for different roles. within the past years, I have been expressing myself in the kitchen and my mother who is an active member of the league has been taking the opportunity to utilize my new kinship with the kitchen for her group’s benefit.
Our women’s league, I think is under appreciated because they contribute to our church in such a significant way.This brings us to today, Mother’s Day, 2017. A few days ago, my mother declared that she wanted mini-quiches on the menu. I had no choice but bow to her wish, so here I am preparing mini-quiches with spinach. I added a vanilla cake topped with coconut and almond.
Earlier this year we lost one of our church members who for years had offered his well manicured property as the venue for our annual affair. So because of this, the venue has since changed, but the cause remains the same.
This fundraising social is in celebration of the women who have sacrificed for the children in their care. I know my mommy has gone above and beyond for her family and for this, her gift today is this article. Happy Mother’s Day to my mother, who made Saturday afternoon bread-making fun, because she thought one is never too young to be acquainted with the kitchen. Undoubtedly, I love my Mommy !
Article and Photographs submitted by Roselle Solomon.
Although Mother’s Day 2017 has passed, we hope that this post will warm the hearts of all our mothers out there who strive daily to add a little bit of sunshine to the lives of children in their care and their communities. It’s never too late to say thank you!
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On Wednesday May 10th , 2017 , Vasita “Sita The Lyrical Diva” Caine endeavours to launch St. Vincent and the Grenadines’ first reality series. The show is entitled Split Personality: Life of a Female Lyricist, and will highlight her talent and more so her versatility as she makes her contribution to the upcoming 2017 “Vincy Mas” festival.
Sita, known for her energetic stage performances and provocative lyrics, made her entrance on the stage of the local music industry some seven years ago with a Dance-hall song called “Kitchen Dunce”. She is respected as SVG’s premier Dance-hall act and remains a force to be reckoned with when she performs live. She has since made some notable strides in the industry, some of which include:
- The first person to receive an award from SVG’s Association of Music Professionals (AM P) for her involvement in Dance-hall music
- The first person to receive an award from Association of Music Professionals (AMP) for her involvement in Dance-hall music twice.
- The first Vincentian Dance-hall artiste to travel and perform internationally.
- The first Vincentian Dance-hall artiste to be featured on a rhythm produced and distributed by an international recording artiste and record label.
- The first Vincentian Dance-hall artiste to film a music video in Jamaica.
- The first Vincentian Dance-hall artiste to participate in the Barbados Reggae festival.
According to Sita, the show is going to be very entertaining and unique. It is being filmed by Mr. Rasheid Sutherland of Boss Raw media and will feature a number of appearances from local and regional artistes, producers, and other persons involved in the music industry.
“I tried as much as possible to endorse mainly businesses that are one hundred percent (100%) Vincentian. I am pleased to be associated with the Paragon Modeling Agency and Invest SVG who are extremely excited about the project. The show is indeed reality and will hence, showcase everything that comes with it [reality!]: the good, the bad, my shortcomings, my strengths, likes, dislikes, including the difficulties I encounter in the music industry; everything.”
The series will be distributed via Social Media including the following Facebook and Instagram pages :
- Vasita Caine
- Sita Di Lyrical Diva
- Rasheid (Boss Raw)
- Austin “ZJ Powa” Cain
- @Austin Cain
The show is also scheduled to be distributed via the following Jamaican YouTube pages:
- AKAM Entertainment
Article and Photos submitted by: Vasita ” Sita Di Lyrical Diva” Caine.
We at Express Vinci extend best wishes to Vasita on her new venture!
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The recently opened Youlou Art Centre in Villa is proud to announce its second exhibition. This time the work of a single artist is being featured: the veteran Vincentian Artist and Mas-man, Owen Ralph.
Ralph, who hails from Sion Hill, has been a huge force in cultural events in St. Vincent and the Grenadines over the past 60 years, by providing creative inspiration and entertainment to the people of this nation. He is known for organizing carnival activities in that community: he has played steel pan, sang calypso, and became well known for designing and building carnival costumes with his cousin, the late Roy Ralph.
Owen has been the ‘man’ behind the Carnival band ‘Owen Ralph and the Professionals’ for over 30 years, which has brought joy, fun, and entertainment to the Sion Hill community in particular and the nation in general.
In addition to his involvement in Carnival, he has distinguished himself as a true visual artist. He began painting at the age of fifteen, while still in School. After leaving school, he went to Trinidad and Tobago to join his father, who worked for an advertising company, painting signs. While working for his father, he was able to augment his painting skills. He returned to SVG three years later, and began his Carnival career, which continues to this day.
Owen stated that he gets his inspiration from reading, and from his surroundings. He paints nature, people, and buildings. He shared that each year after the Carnival Season, that’s the time he sits down to paint on canvas and make sculptures.
The Owen Ralph’s Retrospective Exhibition opened on Thursday 13th April 2017 and runs until May 15th. A Press Conference will be held on Wednesday April 19th between 10:00 am and 12:00 noon, where Mr. Ralph and up-and-coming visual artist, Miss Sherika Sayers will speak about their work.
Sherika’s work was part of the Youlou Art Centre’s opening Exhibition in March. Her striking painting, The Pond, will be auctioned at a reception for both artists on Saturday 29th April, 2017 at The Youlou Art Centre, from 4:30 to 6:30 pm, when both artists will speak to the public about their work, and a video of Owen’s carnival work will be shown.
The public is invited to view the exhibition Mondays to Fridays 10:30 am to 6:00 pm and Saturdays from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm. The Entrance to the gallery is free but donations are accepted. The reception on Saturday 29th April is free to the public, local foods and drinks will be on sale.
The Youlou Art Centre is owned and operated by the Youlou Art Foundation. A Non-Profit Organisation (NPO), and Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO), focused on developing and preserving the arts in St. Vincent and the Grenadines.
Article submitted by Mrs. Camille Musser of The Youlou Arts Foundation. Featured photos from Facebook Group: Owen Ralph and the Professionals, and Facebook: National Public Library of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines.
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Kingstown, St.Vincent -The University of the West Indies Inter-Campus Postgraduate Debates 2017 Competition culminated on Friday February 25, 2017 at the Beachcombers Hotel`s conference room. In the final round of competition, the debaters used the parliamentary style to debate the topics drawn.
In the first round of competition, the Cave Hill team came up against the team from St. Augustine Campus. They discussed the topic “The House believes that European nations involved in Caribbean Slavery have a normal responsibility to satisfy the reparations requests of CARICOM”.
The second round of competition saw Open Campus debating against Mona Campus on the topic, “The House believes that Distance Learning should be the major mode of tertiary-level learning in the Caribbean”.
The Mona Campus debaters were declared the winners with an overall score of one hundred and six (106) points, Cave Hill placed second with one hundred and two (102) points, St.Augustine placed third with one hundred (100) points and the Open Campus took the fourth place with ninety-four (94) points.
Vincentian Dalano Dazousa who represented the Cave Hill Campus was awarded the Best Speaker of the competition.
The judges for the competition were The Honourable Dr. Jules Ferdinand, Dr. Adrian Fraser, and Ms. Mandella Campbell, all local alumni of the University of the West Indies.
Submitted by: Renitta Peters (Ms.), Public Relations Officer, Open Campus Association of Postgraduate Students.
We at Express Vinci®, in collaboration with Courts (St. Vincent) Limited, Digicel St. Vincent Limited, and Vitamalt, are delighted to invite everyone in SVG to the first installment of our ‘My Vincy’ Photography Exhibition, this Sunday 11th December 2016 at 5-6 pm at the ground floor of the Courts Main-store, Bay Street, Kingstown.
For two weeks in October, to coincide with our nation’s 37th Anniversary of Independence, Amateur photographers submitted their entries. We received about forty photographs depicting various aspects of Vincy life,
The photographers have been eagerly waiting to see how their work will be judged, and now after a series of postponements due mainly to back-to-back bouts of bad weather, we are ready to move forward and reward our photographers. We are extremely thankful to our corporate partners who have stepped forward to help to provide gifts to our participants.
Additionally, Courts St. Vincent Limited is using the opportunity to highlight several special seasonal offers, particularly unbelievable deals on many electronic devices, including Home Security Systems, as listed in the table below.
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|ISXC300HD 12MP ACTION CAMERA||$299.||$199.|
|SWAN MONITORING SYSTEM||$1190.||$500.|
|SWAN SECURITY CAMERA ADS446||$390.||$99.|
|SONY DIGITAL CAMER DSC-W800||$190.||$50.|
|SONY DIGITAL CAMER DSC-W800 SILVER||$190.||$50.|
|SWAN SECURITY DRIVEWAY ALERT ALARM SWHOMDRIVE||$99.||$20.|
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So come on down, enjoy splendid photography, and grab that Digital Camera or Home Security Device that you’ve been yearning to buy for yourself, your family, or as a gift for a special person in your life.
We take this opportunity to wish everyone a Merry and Peaceful Christmas!
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Multi-platinum selling international artist Kevin Lyttle, has released yet another smash hit. The track ‘Slow Motion’ lives up to its name with its provocative lyrics and Soca, R&B and Dance fusion. Fans across the Caribbean and Australia can expect to hear it from this Friday November 18th, 2016; it will also be available digitally worldwide from January, 2017. Slow Motion is written by Kevin Lyttle and produced by Bad Royale, a trio from California that has worked with Diplo’s Mad Decent record label. The group has a keen interest in Soca music and the fusion styles created by the talented Vincentian .
Kevin, who is currently on a 25-show tour of Australia, is still beaming from the success of ‘Midnight’, a collaboration with Latin artist & songwriter, Nengo Flow, which peaked at no.1 on the Billboard Tropical chart in October 2016. After being thrown into the international spotlight with his single ‘Turn Me on’ which went on to reach Top five in the USA as well as countries throughout Asia, the UK & Continental Europe and went on to be certified as Multi-Platinum; he continues to work hard. His eyes are set on his next projects, which include the “Turn Me On” 15th Anniversary album, due for release in December.
Fans can expect a remaster of the original single with fellow Tarakon Records artist and original featured artist, Maddzart, as well as international artists’ features on French and Spanish versions.The album also contains the best of the best covers, remixes and remakes from fans. The most notable remake for 2016 being the cover by DJ trio Cheat Codes and Dutch DJ Dante Klein, called “Let Me Hold You (Turn Me On),” which has already been played over 110 million times on Spotify.
If that wasn’t enough, Kevin is also currently working on a sizzling Latin-English track with some of the industry’s heavy hitters.
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