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July 11, 2014
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ConnectJA, Contractor's Music Marketing host football match

US-based charity group ConnectJA will partner with Contractor's Music Marketing in hosting a Masters' League football match in Spanish Town, which is geared towards funding the purchasing of computers for two schools in the parish.

The match will take place on August 4 at the Spanish Town Prison Oval and will feature a mini-entertainment package for its expected patrons. This project will be one of numerous activities undertaken by the Cornel Levy-led charity organisation.

Later this year, the charity, based in Atlanta, plans to bring hip hop star Rick Ross for a major concert, aimed at raising funds for infrastructural development at several already-identified schools within rural and urban areas.

All of the company's local activities will be marketed and promoted by Sean 'Contractor' Edwards' Contractor Music Marketing promotional company. 'Contractor' recently marketed ConnectJA throughout several European communities on his ongoing summer promotional tour, including England's Vision newspaper.

Schools to benefit from this charity match will be St Catherine and Homestead primary. Guys Hill High School will also receive a barrel of clothes and two table tennis boards.

"We are very excited over this project. Sports and entertainment are a perfect mix when the aim is to create unity and provide a platform for help," said Levy, via a press statement.

CaribLanta continues to be the only other company assisting the charity thus far.

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