Cornwall College Breakfast Program Press Release

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Local Caterer Makes Big Impact On Jamaican Schooling System

MISSISSAUGA, ON – March 1, 2016 – Last month, catering and events company, Scarlett House Catering, launched the Cornwall College Breakfast Program in Montego Bay, Jamaica. Working alongside President of the College’s Alumni Chapter, Charles Gordon, dozens of students grades 7-13 will head to class fully nourished and ready to learn.

President of Scarlett House Catering, Steve Coulighan explains that “the goal of the breakfast program is to provide students with the tools to learn and grow within their communities. We are a catering company at heart and what better way to begin our relationship with Cornwall College than through the most important meal of the day!”

Making their way to Montego Bay for the official launch of the program were Director of Restaurant and Venue Operations, Maher Ahmed and Marketing Manager, Alicia Gies. The Scarlett House representatives were treated to a tour of Cornwall College and welcomed at the official announcement event in the College’s chapel. Gies expressed that, “having the opportunity to visit Cornwall College was such an incredible experience, we were welcomed with open arms, met a large group of dedicated individuals and are very proud of where the program is headed.” Ahmed followed this up by saying that, “we are elated to be involved in such a direct way, our visit was outstanding and we are looking forward to growing the breakfast program into something much larger in the near future!”

With the breakfast program underway, Scarlett House Catering soon hopes to establish a full culinary arts program. Director of Operations, Paul Andersen expressed that, “our vision is to not only provide students with the tools to manage their own breakfast program, but to offer a program that will fully educate them in the culinary arts, opening up a vast majority of local career opportunities once leaving the college.”


For further information and media requests, contact:

alicia@scarletthouse.ca
905-567-6302 x 122