This summer, Honey Bun, Jamaica’s fastest growing pastry wholesaler, has been awarding students’ sporting and academic success with their favourite snack, Goldies.
Just over 50 students enjoyed the ‘Goldies for Champions’ initiative, as Honey Bun awarded the 2016 top performers at the EduFocal Awards; the Tivoli Summer Sports Camp; and the EduTech Summer Camp.
Jhanel Lalor from George Headley Primary, and Tyrese Bryan, second form student from St. Mary High School nabbed top prizes including gifts of Goldies, at the EduFocal Awards 2016 in the Grade Six Achievement Test (GSAT) and Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) categories respectively.
Lalor will be attending Campion in the new academic school year, while Bryan, was adjudged the top CSEC student on the groundbreaking social learning platform.
The Jamaican owned bakery gifted 10 top performers in Tivoli’s summer programme, with Goldie baskets as top performers.
Black, Green, and Goldie- Honey Bun also sponsored the EduTech Summer camp 2016’s closing and prize giving ceremony. The summer programme incorporated sporting activities such as swimming, golf, football, badminton, and basketball. Top campers in these sports were awarded Goldie gift baskets.
The summer of giving continues with Honey Bun’s support for student-athletes during its Black, Green, and Goldie promotion.
Through the Black, Green, and Goldie Promotion, which began Friday, July 29, Honey Bun will donate part proceeds from the sale of its special Goldie eight-pack to student athletes from primary and high schools. Consumers will receive two free Goldies for every six bought, while stocks last. The special, which is available at Shoppers Fair supermarkets, will run until August 30.
This is not the first time Honey Bun has supported student-athletes. In May, the 34-year-old company handed over cooking and trade work gears valued at $200,000 to 2016 Digicel Grand Prix Champion schools Edwin Allen High and St. Jago High.