Winning entry to be cover of 2014 Telephone Directory
Kingston, May 03—Each year, the cover of the Jamaica Yellow Pages telephone directory is perhaps one of the country’s most prolific images, and the 2014 edition will have a special twist.
With the launch of the “Click the Cover” competition, Jamaica Yellow Pages is offering amateur and professional photographers the chance to feature on the cover of the 2014 edition of the directory. The winning photographer will receive $100,000 and a Nikon D3200 24.2 megapixel digital SLR camera accentuated with an 18-55mm zoom lens, the perfect tool to pursue a love of photography. Continue reading
INSPIRING CHILDREN TO CARE
Kingston, April 12— The next 6 weeks will see one of the most important environmental initiatives as the Jamaica Yellow Pages launches “Recycle & Win”, a programme designed to teach primary school children the value of environmental sustainability and social responsibility.
Kingston, March 5 —The Jamaica Yellow Pages has added two innovative products geared at allowing new and small businesses, as well as promoters free publicity on the JYP website. The Free Business Listing and the Events Calendar, the newest additions to the JYP suite of products will increase visibility by providing complimentary online advertising which is accessible 24/7 online and via the JYP mobile app. Continue reading
Kingston, February 19—After 10 weeks and 36 teams, the final match of the KSAFA Jamaica Yellow Pages Knock Out Competition takes place this Wednesday, February 20, between five times champions Harbour View, and Boys Town. Continue reading
Lorna Bell (right), widow of the late Wintrope ‘Jackie’ Bell, points to the impressive $4-million figure on the symbolic cheque handed to KSAFA president Rudolph Speid (third right), by Jamaica Yellow Pages marketing manager Alleyne Graham at the press launch at Jamaica Yellow Pages headquarters yesterday. Sharing the moment (from left) are Ladianne Wade and Jessica Campbell of Jamaica Yellow Pages and KSAFA's second vice-president Jacqueline Cowan. (Photo: Karl McLarty)
[November 17, 2012] Jamaica Yellow Pages showed their continued support of the Kingston and St Andrew Football Association (KSAFA) Jackie Bell Knockout competition by handing over their $4 million sponsorship cheque at a press launch at their Constant Spring offices yesterday.
Jamaica Yellow Pages, in the second of their three-year $12-million deal, also took the opportunity to display and hand out the 2013 telephone directory.
Alleyne Graham, Jamaica Yellow Pages marketing manager, said her organisation is always looking for unique ways to make an impact within communities and the sponsorship of the Jackie Bell Continue reading