Fun, food, football fiesta at UBTR’s World Cup showing.
IT WAS an afternoon of high energy, real Jamaican vibes, and of course, great food at Usain Bolt’s Tracks and Records last Tuesday, July 10, for the kick-off of the 2018 FIFA World Cup semi-finals.
The flagship location of the local franchise at Marketplace was buzzing with supporters of both football teams (France and Belgium) and general football fans, to watch as France snagged a victory. The Gleaner’s Lifestyle was there to capture the highlights and best moments to share with you.
France supporters were in a good mood as their team progressed to the finals of the 2018 FIFA World Cup. A France supporter celebrates at UBTR.
From left: Norman Hastings, quantity surveyor; Owen Bowes, managing director, Birden Chemicals Limited; and Dennis Barrett, managing director, Nipchad Construction, enjoy an afternoon of food and football at Usain Bolt's Tracks and Records for Tuesday's World Cup semi-final match.
Gary Matalon (centre), CEO of KLE, stopped by his franchise, Usain Bolt’s Tracks and Records, to catch the World Cup semi-final match with his brother, Louis Matalon (left), graphic designer, and Chad Lawrence.
Pierre Shirley (left), real estate consultant, and David Brown, contractor, enjoying the vibe at UBTR.
Queen of morning radio, Nikki Z, with Jason Chantrelle (Marley Management, Ghetto Youths International), enjoying the World Cup semi-final match at Usain Bolt’s Tracks and Records on Tuesday.
These TV broadcasters and football supporters were all smiles for the World Cup semi-final match. From left are Tom Anderson, Andrew Craigie and Ben Laws.
Girls day on game day! These lovely ladies are celebrating the World Cup semi-final match last Tuesday in style at Usain Bolt's Tracks and Records.