Jamaica brings warm vibes underground to New Yorkers

Port Authority Trans-Hudson commuters pose for a snapshot against a poster featuring Moon Palace Jamaica Grande’s warm sandy beach.

The home of “all right” invites commuters to enter to win a trip to Jamaica

The Jamaica Tourist Board engaged commuters at the 33rd Street Port Authority Trans-Hudson (PATH) station in Manhattan on Thursday, February 25 from 7:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m., offering New York and New Jersey residents a brief escape to the warm island of Jamaica.

Jamaica Tourist Board’s Business Development Managers, Marcia Sinclair and Kenton Senior, were on-site to interact with PATH commuters, providing travel information and facilitating consumers as they enter to win an all-inclusive Jamaican getaway to Moon Palace Jamaica Grande.

Jamaica Tourist Board’s Business Development Managers, Marcia Sinclair (second left) and Kenton Senior (right), interact with PATH commuters/
Jamaica Tourist Board’s Business Development Managers, Marcia Sinclair (second left) and Kenton Senior (right), interact with PATH commuters/

The event also featured live reggae music by Lion Melta, with giveaways of Jamaica “Home of All Right” branded lip balm and sunscreen, and a chance to take a picture at the “Home of All Right” photo booth.

Independent reggae artist, Lion Melta, provided live entertainment and thrilled passersby with a number of acoustic reggae hits.
Independent reggae artist, Lion Melta, provided live entertainment and thrilled passersby with a number of acoustic reggae hits.

From February 25 to March 7, those who participate in taking a selfie with any of the Jamaica ads on the PATH, tagging #HomeofAllRight, @VisitJamaicaNow and @PalaceResorts on Twitter, will also be entered to win a trip to Jamaica.

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