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JA kids Xmas

JA kids Xmas

JA kids Xmas

By Karl Pearson on Wednesday, December 2, 2009 - Comment

200 Underprivileged Children to go to Garfield's Christmas Wonderland courtesy of Gifts to Jamaica.

It looks like 200 underprivileged children in Jamaica can look forward to having a fun time this Christmas as Gifts to Jamaica, a four-year-old programme run by KFC and Pizza Hut in association with Restaurants of Jamaica, are helping sponsor a 3 day event at Garfield's Christmas Wonderland Park from December 18 - 20 at Hope Gardens.

The Jamaica Observer quotes Tina Myers-Matalon, marketing director for KFC and Pizza Hut, “The company will transport the 200 children from 32 children's homes in Kingston & St Andrew, St Catherine, Clarendon, St James, Manchester and St Ann so that they may participate, free of charge, in the Christmas Wonderland”

She also adds “The Gifts to Jamaica beneficiaries, as well as other children participating in Garfield's Christmas Wonderland Park, will also have free access to Chickyland” - the popular games and giveaways tent which KFC and Pizza Hut will mount in the park. “This top-quality, fun offering for Jamaica's children and their family members will be the ultimate entertainment - offering great food, shopping, games and much more. KFC and Pizza Hut are very pleased to be able to support the event's fun profile and to enhance the spirit of Christmas for Jamaica's children by providing free offerings to many participants in Garfield's Christmas Wonderland.”

Myers-Matalon also disclosed that customers who purchase a KFC Kids Meal in their Jamaican outlets will also have the chance of winning tickets to Garfield's Christmas Wonderland Park at Hope Gardens.

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