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March 17, 2014
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ConnectJA, Contractor Music Marketing partner for charity

Cornel Levy

Cornel Levy, president of ConnectJA, said he is very confident in the reputable works of Contractor Music Marketing after the two signed a partnership deal to host several events locally, which will benefit Levy's charity outreach projects.

After dealing with unscrupulous people and being ripped off on numerous occasions, Levy, through a recent press release, said that he was starting anew with the much- sought-after marketing firm owned and operated by Sean 'Contractor' Edwards.

ConnectJA is set up to assist schools in Jamaica to achieve educational success through the acquisition, delivery, and maintenance of computer hardware and software.

The aim is to facilitate one school at a time islandwide, with the focus currently being placed on Guys Hill High School in St Catherine. The charity started back in 2011 and is based in Atlanta, Georgia.

Plans are on the table for them to bring popular American rapper, Rick Ross, to Jamaica later this year. However, there are advanced talks for an event on Good Friday and a weekly Sunday event at Margaritaville in Ocho Rios, St Ann.

Levy said he is in high spirits about the recent association. "I have been burned by dishonest promoters in previous ventures, so I decided to work with Contractor Music Marketing because of its exemplary reputation worldwide," he said.

Edwards, who also does music marketing for Downsound Records as well as being an active reggae recording artiste, said he feels privileged to have been entrusted with such an important task.

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