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Mexican, East Indian,Arabic cuisine at UP

Double UP (Uber Pramie) Breakfast Party, scheduled for Carnival Sunday, promises to be a memorable event this year. Speaking at the recent launch, public relations representative Lisa Sarjeant-Gonzales said her team is duty-bound to deliver a package that is better than before.

"At our first event in 2012, we recognised that the achievement of Ultimate Premium (UP) is a work in progress and, with activation of UP, we are duty-bound to deliver a package that is even better than before."

She said the party's Mexican theme will be steeped in cultural expressions, which will promote the excitement of celebration and a food fare which includes Mexican, East Indian and Arabic cuisine.

Breakfast on the Avenue, Double Up 2013, according to Sarjeant-Gonzales, promises to establish the symbolic relationship between the perfection and energy of the sun (and that perfection and energy of the setting of Ariapita Avenue, the Mecca of entertainment).

UP, which also recently launched its corporate social responsibility campaign, will repaint the walls of Eshe's Learning Centre as part of UP's social programmes.

The breakfast party will feature a slate of entertainment including Bunji Garlin and the Asylum Family, including Fay-Ann Lyons-Alvarez; Karma featuring Ravi B and Nisha B; Iwer George and SuperBlue.

Caterers will include Mor Vino, Frankie's and Sweet Nothings, Joseph's and Katerserve Allied Caterers.

Premium drinks include Johnnie Walker Double Black and Patron Tequila, as well as Asti Ricadonna for the bubbly bar.

The breakfast party will take place at Eshe's Learning Centre, 105 Ariapita Avenue, from 4 a.m. to noon. For more information, call 750-6409, 354-7086, 795-0662, 728-8573 or 725-7287.

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