FLOW heats up downtown Kingston

May 21, 2018
The 'Fireman' brought the energy.
The Flow Dancers in full flight.
Dancer Chi Ching Ching (left) brings the heat with FLOW's Joanna Simpson, retail marketing manager during the launch.
MC Badda Bling takes a selfie with a lucky patron who won a phone at the launch held at the St William Grant Park in downtown Kingston.

The vibe inside the St William Grant Park in downtown Kingston was too hot to handle as telecommunications firm FLOW took over the venue last Friday to launch its newest bundled packages.

The heat was on a constant rise, starting with the FLOW Dancers, who kept the energy high throughout the early morning proceedings.

A 'fire man' then took it up a notch as he ate, breathed, and danced to the approval of the crowd that gathered.

Chi Ching Ching followed with his usual high energy and delivered hits like Rope, Breadfruit, and many more, complete with antics that had patrons dancing along.

Tagged 'Spark', 'Flame' and 'Fire', the three new combos from FLOW offer customers the convenience of digital channels, Internet, better and free local and overseas voice minutes.

Carlo Redwood, VP of marketing at FLOW, explained that the new bundles are designed to offer the ultimate in-home entertainment experience at an affordable cost.

"Our new bundles are available to new and existing customers, including those who currently have double- or triple-play bundles," Redwood explained.

Extras are also included, with each package offering an allocation of up to 30 personal video recording hours, access to FLOW Study, and content on FLOW Sports.

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