Jamaica Gleaner
Published: Sunday | November 25, 2012
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Mobile exchange - Lasco operates Jamaica's only drive-thru cambio
It has been almost a year since Lasco Financial Services launched Jamaica's first - and only - drive-through cambio at its 29 Red Hills Road, St Andrew, head office. Marketing officer at the location, Matthew Blake, attributed Lasco's ability to facilitate the cambio to the size of its premises, which proved the competitive edge eventually resulting in their monopoly of the niche drive-through market.

Sirgany takes go-kart titles
Despite tense moments, 12-year-old Joshua Sirgany entered the annals of go-karting history as one of the youngest karters to have won the country's Driver of the Year title and the Abe Ziadie Memorial Trophy.

Karters off to Portugal
Jamaica's contingent to the Rotax World Karting Championship in Portugal, starting this Wednesday, departed the island last Thursday afternoon. Thomas Issa and Collin Daley Jr will be taking on the world.

'Plane' admiration - Community finds pride in Michael Archer's project
It's a case of ridicule turned to admiration where Michael Archer and his new transportation are concerned. The Top Mountain, St Catherine community's change in attitude revolves around a derelict aeroplane which Archer modified to be driven on six wheels, powered by a Ford V8 engine.


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