Kai, 10 Launches Her Kits To Keep Kids Clean And Healthy

 After announcing her intention to launch health and sanitation kits for children a few months ago, 10 yearsold Jamaican Kailee Coombs has made good on her promise with the launch of her Kai Kits, health and sanitation brand on Friday, August 9, 2019 at Coco Jam in Kingston, Jamaica.

With industry representatives from the Ministry of Education, Jamaica Teachers Association, Jamaica Combined Cadet Force, Builder’s Club and the Girl Guides Association on hand, officials   sung Kai’s praises and promised further support for the young entrepreneur.  
Speaking at the launch, President elect for the Jamaica Teachers Association, Owen Speid called Kai Kit for Kids an important initiative. 
TOAST: 10 year old Kailee Coombs (3rd from right) raises a toast with special guests at her Kai Kit for Kids launch on Friday, August 9 at Coco Jam in Kingston. Pictured from left to right are: Andrea Lattibeaudiere, Girls Guides Association of Jamaica; Nahema Daniels from the Ministry of Education; Odence Rose from KKids and Builders Club; Shanoy Coombs, Kailee’s mom; Kmar Coombs, Kailee’s dad and Lt. Colonel Andrew Gracey from the Jamaica Combined Cadet Force. Kai Kits are health and sanitation packages which include 9 different items to keep kids and adults clean and healthy.

Kai Kits with three of its main products-child safe lemongrass hand wash, hand sanitizer and lotion which are products of Jamaica. Other items include: Wipes, Toothpaste, Toothbrush, Toothbrush cover, Mouthwash, and Tissue Pack. Kits cost J$ 2500 and are currently being sold at Monarch Pharmacy in Barbican, Art Connect at Devon House and www.kaikit4kids.com.

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