Bolt’s Latest Tracks & Records Opens In Montego Bay

The Legendary Usain Bolt (2nd right) is joined, at his statue outside the newest established Tracks & Records in Montego Bay, by (from left) Diedel Klover, sculptor who made the statue; Gary Matalon, Bolt’s business partner; Homer Davis, Mayor of Montego Bay and Donovan White, Director of Tourism at the Jamaica Tourist Board.

The latest in the Usain Bolt’s Tracks and Records restaurants was officially opened in Montego Bay, St James, last night (Wednesday) on Gloucester Avenue popularly called the Hip Strip.

The franchisee for this newest addition to Montego Bay’s attractions and places of dining is hotelier and businessman Chris Issa, through his company Crissa Entertainment. The restaurant opened a month ago on the beach across from where Mr Issa is building the Spanish Court Hotel. Last nights were the Grand Opening.

Statue of Usain Bolt unveiled at the newly opened Tracks & Record on the Hip Strip, Montego Bay, Wednesday night, May 16.

This brings to three the franchises now open in Jamaica. It joins the first in Kingston and the other in Ocho Rios. It was announced at the event that the first overseas Tracks and Records will be open in London, England later this year.

Several leading business people from Western Jamaica and tourism officials joined the legendary Usain Bolt and his business partners for the Grand Opening. A three-metre-high statue of Bolt was unveiled at the event. It was made by German sculptor Diedel Klover.






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