“Excellence In Service Ah di blood weh run-in a mi vain” Is The Customer Service Song for 2019


The Jamaica Cultural Development Commission (JCDC) in association with the Jamaica Customer Service Association, hosted the second staging of the Jamaica Customer Service Song Competition 2019. 


 The grand finals for the competition were held at the Louise Bennett Garden Theatre, on Thursday, September 26 with five high schools making it to the finals. The finalists include the defending champions, Charlemont High School from St. Catherine, Cornwall College from St. James, St. Jago High School from St. Catherine, Frome Technical High from Westmoreland and Anchovy High School from St. James.


 The teams showcased their creativity and interpretation of the theme “service excellence, Our Business, Our Life!” Following the performances, the students were treated to a captivating performance by the season 16 second-place winner of the Digicel Rising Stars competition, Celicea Ellis. 


Cornwall College walked away champions of this year’s competition. The all-boys institution won a cash prize of $80,000, a trophy and the opportunity to perform at the Customer Service conference, next month. Defending champions Charlemont High School settled for second place, taking home $40,000 and Frome Technical High finished in third place and received a cash prize of $20,000. 


 Jamaica Today, spoke with the music teacher for champions Cornwall College Mr. Jamie Hutchinson who expressed joy at the institution’s victory. Mr. Hutchinson also spoke about the strategy implemented going into the finals of the JCDC customer service song competition…


Shannon-Dale Reid



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