Bridgetown Market: Flow paints Spring Garden H’way Blue!

After the recent launch of the rebranded Flow, the company sponsored Bridgetown Market over the last two days, using technology to help children become more creative and innovative, and learn soft skills like teamwork and communication in the Flow Kid’s Zone.

Head of Marketing, Shelly Ann Hee Chung said, “We had a successful launch a few weeks ago and we felt that it was our responsibility to step up our game as a corporate citizen. Flow is Caribbean inside so to partner with the National Cultural Foundation, to promote, enhance and invest in our beautiful culture via the largest and sweetest summer festival, we wanted to make sure that we not only support our talented artistes but also invest in the future via the Flow’s Kids Zone, where we used our products and services to not only entertain but innovate our children and our teens.

The Kid's Zone allowed for any gamer to play the next generation of video games, delivered over the most-cutting edge technology and super-fast speeds, unknown to most of their competitors world-wide, as Barbados is one of the few places in the world with internet speeds of up to 300 mbps.

The Kid’s Zone allowed for any gamer to play the next generation of video games, delivered over the most-cutting edge technology and super-fast speeds, unknown to most of their competitors world-wide, as Barbados is one of the few places in the world with internet speeds of up to 300 mbps.

Mrs Hee Chung noted that the company’s commitment to culture will not stop there: “We also had a Flow Zone for families to see how our technology could fit and enrich anyone’s lifestyle whether through work, play or travel. With our quad-play options via mobile, landline, internet and television, our advanced services like Video On Demand and Cloud PVR as well as our Parental Control functions, whether you are a corporate person or a home-maker, our intentions are to meet and improve your every entertainment needs.”

So it was no surprise when Flow ensured that there was something for everyone over the two days of Bridgetown Market, including a Clowns on Show for the smaller children and Weiser's Waterfest for those who wanted to be more active.

So it was no surprise when Flow ensured that there was something for everyone over the two days of Bridgetown Market, including a Clowns on Show for the smaller children and Weiser’s Waterfest for those who wanted to be more active.

Crop Over was just the beginning for us; being part of Bridgetown Market along with the support of our cultural ambassadors like Peter Ram, Lil Rick, Kick Brown, and Shanta Prince, to name a few, is just the start. We have long-term plans for the advancement and investment into the culture of Barbados. We are so very excited about all the amazing plans in store for the Barbadian public,” she noted.

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