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Reggae Girlz score with JN Group

PRESIDENT: Michael Ricketts (right) (Photo credit: Rod Leon)

THE REGGAE Girlz have secured another major sponsorship agreement for their Road to France Campaign.

The Jamaica National Group is now a Platinum Partner of the Jamaica Football Federation (JFF)-led initiative.


JFF president Michael Ricketts has commended the Jamaica National Group for its decision to come on board to support the Reggae Girlz’s Campaign to France and added that the sponsorship would positively impact the team’s preparation for France.

“We thank the JN Group for this sponsorship, which will go a long way in as- sisting us to meet the obligations of our Campaign to France,” he said.

Ricketts also stated that the four-year partnership indicated corporate Jamaica’s commitment to the sports industry and the development of local football talent as well as, providing signi cant support to the work of the JFF.

The sponsorship came just in time for the Reggae Girlz, who qualified for the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup finals in France when they beat Panama to take third spot at the Concacaf Women’s Championship in Frisco, Texas.


Dana Morris Dixon, assistant general manager/chief marketing and business development officer, JN Group, said her company was proud to support the Reggae Girlz’s Campaign to France.

“We are excited to be part of this historic journey with the Reggae Girlz, who have demonstrated grit and determination, and we are con dent that they will represent our country well,” she said.

The FIFA Women’s World Cup will kick off on June 7.

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