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January 25, 2014
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Flow, Red Stripe take customers to jazz fest

Twenty lucky customers will each win a pair of tickets to the Jamaica Jazz and Blues Festival, courtesy of Flow and Red Stripe.

Both have partnered to give some of their customers the opportunity to enjoy the premiere music event.

For 10 days (from January 21), the lucky customers will be selected to win two tickets to the jazz festival plus a choice of a bottle of Johnny Walker Black, a bottle of Ciroc, or a case of Red Stripe Beer. The customers will be selected from among those who sign up for Flow's Watch Basic Plus cable package during the promotion period.

According to head of marketing for Red Stripe, Jomo Cato, "Community and unity have always been at the heart of what we do at Red Stripe, and this collaboration with Flow feeds directly into that spirit. We are absolutely proud to support this exciting promotion. Through this innovative campaign, we are contributing to the creation of memorable experiences for the public to engage with great music, great cable viewing, and of course, our world-renowned collection of alcohol brands."

The lucky customers who win the tickets will attend the closing night of the Jamaica Jazz and Blues Festival on Saturday, February 1. That night, the concert event at the Greenfield Stadium in Trelawny will bring to the stage Chaka Khan, Crystal Gayle, Aaron Neville, The O'Jays, and Beres Hammond.

Fans will be treated to performances by the Grammy Award-winning artistes, and rock to hits like Rockaway from Beres Hammond, Chaka Khan's Through the Fire, and For the Love of Money by The O'Jays.

"We are committed to always giving consumers the best value, and are delighted that our partnership with the Jamaica Jazz and Blues Festival and Red Stripe enables us to create a great experience for our customers," said Donovan White, vice-president of sales and marketing for Columbus Communications, operators of the Flow brand.

Flow and Red Stripe are both sponsors for the 18th staging of the Jamaica Jazz and Blues Festival, which takes place from January 30 to February 1.

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