Governor-General His Excellency the Most Honourable Sir Patrick Allen has praised the PROComm team for the effective, efficient and innovative manner in which they have served their clients over the years.
Sir Patrick Allen was speaking at the company’s thirty-fifth anniversary celebration at the Pegasus Hotel in Kingston last evening (December 4).
His Excellency noted that Mrs. Lowrie-Chin had founded her company with the confidence that she would be able to successfully use her God-given talents of writing, conceptualizing and creativity.
“I am quite enamored with this approach because it resonates well with me. You know that I devote a significant amount of time encouraging Jamaicans across the length and breadth of this island to believe in themselves, in their potential to succeed and to believe also in their country”, said The Governor-General.
He encouraged the supportive gathering, to learn from this longstanding company how to be meticulous, focusing on the destination while enjoying the journey towards success.
A visibly beaming Jean Lowrie- Chin, who took time out to acknowledge the unwavering support of her family members throughout the years, also expressed her sincere gratitude to the business community which was well represented at the function. She noted that the Governor-General’s ‘I Believe’ Initiate had helped to inspire and motivate the staff at PROComm and thanked Sir Patrick for what she dubbed “a great initiative”.
Mrs Chin then announced that PROComm had established a real estate development company, PRO-COMM Developments Limited which would soon be breaking ground for a commercial complex at Phoenix Avenue, and will be the future home of the parent company.
The very relaxed atmosphere that lingered at the function was an indication of the kind of positive relationship that PROComm has maintained over the years. Some of the guests in attendance included former Governor-General the Most Honourable Sir Kenneth Hall and the Most Honourable Lady Hall, former Prime Minister Mr. Bruce Golding, and members of the Diplomatic Corps, among others.