Dancehall, reggae, and reggae fusion performer Charly Black will be performing at the second Campari Respect The Bitter Holiday Vibes Roadshow during two stops in St Ann on November 25.
With some mere days to go, Charly Black is already geared to deliver a performance with a few of his most popular hits, including Party Animal, Whine for Me and Bike Back at the Brown’s Town Bus Park starting at 8:00 pm and the Salem Truck Stop at 11:30 pm.
Campari will host numerous opportunities for St Ann’s brand lovers to be shortlisted for a chance to grab cash for the holidays in a Money Machine, after purchasing their Campari mix specials, which include a Campari flask and a complimentary chaser for $1,200 at the bars at both locations.
Pavel Smith, marketing manager, J. Wray & Nephew Limited, said the Campari Respect The Bitter Holiday Vibes Roadshow is the company’s major campaign for the festive season, where they intend to give back to customers who have supported the brand throughout 2022.
“The Campari team appreciates our customers, and, in the spirit of the season, we made the decision to give back in a way that is enjoyable to all. We’re not only giving patrons the opportunity to win cash and enjoy a live concert, but there will also be various fun competitions and lots of giveaways. We are in the business of connecting with our consumers and this is one way of doing that,” Smith said.
The Campari Respect The Bitter Holiday Vibes Roadshow will be hosted by Yanique Curvy Diva and Bishop Escobar.