Fun, food, foot­ball fi­esta at UBTR’s World Cup show­ing.

Jamaica Gleaner - - FRONT PAGE -

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.

CON­TRIBUTED PHO­TOS

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.

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