Having acquired the moniker ‘Jamaican Santa Claus’ due to his philanthropic efforts, businessman and artist manager Romeich Major will be partnering with his associates at Pickney Pampering to bring Christmas cheer to wards at various Children’s Homes across Jamaica.
In a post made to his official Instagram page last week, Major showcased a room full of toys and treats, which he says he intends to distribute to some 300 kids this Yuletide season.
“Although we don’t have no chimney for Santa Claus to come down, the children right across Jamaica will still get nuff toys this a Christmas once @majormarketingja is around,” he captioned a video of the room fully stocked with toys.
“Thanks to the elves in the big toy workshop over at Pickney Pampering, Major Marketing have committed to gifting 300 kids living in Children’s Homes across Jamaica with toys and niceness starting December 10.”
No stranger to giving back, Major pointed out that “everybody deserves to get nice things, especially at Christmas time.”
He also used the opportunity to urge his friends and colleagues in the industry, as well as corporate Jamaica, to chip in on the gift-giving this season.
He requested that interested persons send him messages on Instagram or via email if they want to participate in the initiative to bring smiles to children under the state’s care.
“I’m also calling on my friends, family and colleagues in corporate Jamaica to give a hand if you can. Please DM @majormarketingja or email me if you would like to help make this bigger. Looking forward to your support,” he posted.
This is not the first time that Major has shown off his philanthropic ways during the Christmas season. At the height of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, Major partnered with Pickney Pampering to gift more than 30 children at Miracle Tabernacle off Bay Farm Road in St Andrew.