Olympic FLOW

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June 25, 2016
Dancehall artiste Aidonia (2nd right) shares a selfie moment with FLOW staff members L- R Daniesha Reynolds, Stefanie Davis after his performance on the mezzanine of the Half Way Tree Transport Centre.
Olympic hopeful Jaheel Hyde (left) caught the Samba beat as he kidded around with a drum during the 50 day countdown celebration hosted by FLOW. Looking on is Flow's Carlo Redwood, VP Marketing and TV.
Stilt dancers move to the Brazillian beat being played by the L'Acadco drummers as they performed for the large crowd gathered in Mandela Park.
FLOW's Sponsorship Manager, Stephen Miller is flanked by Latin dancers Yamilka Cortina ( left) and Gizell Gerrero ( right).
 Dr Warren Blake (left), president of the Jamaica Athletics Administrative Association, and Carlo Redwood, VP marketing and TV at FLOW, flank latin dancer Gizell Gerrero who brought a taste of Rio De Janiero  to Half Way Tree on Friday.  
The Flow 'Brazillian' ladies.
Members of the Flow team entertain with Brazillian dancing.
Media personality Nikki Z (right) goes up against a patron on the mini speed track erected at the Mandela Park in Half Way Tree.
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Telecoms company FLOW sounded the starter's gun in the sprint to the 2016 Rio Olympics with an exciting launch event at Mandela Park in Half-Way-Tree. FLOW are official broadcast partners for the Rio Games, which take place from August 5 - 21 in the Brazilian city of Rio de Janeiro, but they brought a taste of the 'Samba Land' to Jamaica as they marked the 50-day countdown to the spectacle.

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