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Highlights from the National Commercial Bank's Nation Builder Awards Ceremony held at the Hilton Hotel on Tuesday October 20, 2009.

Colin Hamilton/Freelance Photographer
Belinda Williams (left) and Denise Johnston make a grand entrance at the National Commercial Bank's Nation Builder Awards Ceremony at the Hilton Kingston Jamaica Hotel on Tuesday.



 October 20, 2009.
Colin Hamilton/Freelance Photographer
NCB Assistant General Manager (SME) Bernadette Barrow could not go unnoticed at the awards.





at the National Commercial Bank's Nation Builder Awards Ceremony at the Hilton Hotel on Tuesday October 20, 2009.
Colin Hamilton/Freelance Photographer
Kimberly Mais-Issa adjusts the corsage on hubby Chris Issa at the National Commercial Bank's Nation Builder Awards Ceremony at the Hilton Hotel on Tuesday October 20, 2009.
Colin Hamilton/Freelance Photographer
The Spanish Court's GM Lee-Ann Godfery and Chris Porter are fixed on something at the National Commercial Bank's Nation Builder Awards Ceremony at the Hilton Hotel on Tuesday October 20, 2009.
Colin Hamilton/Freelance Photographer
Beauties in black Kimberly Mais-Issa, left and Bridgette Rhoden at the National Commercial Bank's Nation Builder Awards Ceremony at the Hilton Hotel on Tuesday October 20, 2009.
Colin Hamilton/Freelance Photographer
From left, Ena Wong-Sam and Luciana Gordon-Smith at the
National Commercial Bank's Nation Builder Awards Ceremony at the Hilton Hotel on Tuesday October 20, 2009.
Colin Hamilton/Freelance Photographer
Nominee for National Awards Sandra Samuels of Totally Male makes her entrance at the National Commercial Bank's Nation Builder Awards Ceremony at the Hilton Hotel on Tuesday October 20, 2009.
Colin Hamilton/Freelance Photographer
Powerhouses Bernadette Barrow (Asst. General Manager (SME) NCB Retail Banking) and Senator Marlene Malahoo Forte at the National Commercial Bank's Nation Builder Awards Ceremony at the Hilton Hotel on Tuesday October 20, 2009.
Colin Hamilton/Freelance Photographer
The ever gorgeous Bridgette Rhoden wore black for the occation.





 the National Commercial Bank's Nation Builder Awards Ceremony at the Hilton Hotel on Tuesday October 20, 2009.
Colin Hamilton/Freelance Photographer
National Commercial Bank's Nation Builder Awards Ceremony at the Hilton Hotel on Tuesday October 20, 2009.
Colin Hamilton/Freelance Photographer
Powerhouses Bernadette Barrow (Asst. General Manager (SME) NCB Retail Banking) and Senator Marlene Malahoo Forte at the National Commercial Bank's Nation Builder Awards Ceremony at the Hilton Hotel on Tuesday October 20, 2009.
Colin Hamilton/Freelance Photographer
David Wilson, general manager of the Foundation for Self Help receives the 2009 Honorary Mention plaque from Maxia Fairweather, SME regional business development manager at NCB.

 National Commercial Bank's Nation Builder Awards Ceremony at the Hilton Hotel on Tuesday October 20, 2009.
Colin Hamilton/Freelance Photographer
CEO of Fujitsu Mervyn Eyre (left) presents Jon Baker of GeeJam Outpost Limited, with the Region 1 Innovation Award.

National Commercial Bank's Nation Builder Awards Ceremony at the Hilton Hotel on Tuesday October 20, 2009.
Colin Hamilton/Freelance Photographer
Deputy Managing Director of the Gleaner Christopher Barnes (left) presents Chris Issa of Spanish Court Hotel, with the Region 1 Start Up Award.

National Commercial Bank's Nation Builder Awards Ceremony at the Hilton Hotel on Tuesday October 20, 2009.
Colin Hamilton/Freelance Photographer
Sandra Samuels (left) of Totally Male receives the Region 1 Women in Business Award from Opal Nembhard.

National Commercial Bank's Nation Builder Awards Ceremony at the Hilton Hotel on Tuesday October 20, 2009.
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