Bridgetown was transformed into a sea of blue as Flow celebrated its first birthday with an island-wide motorcade that culminated with a free public concert in Hero’s Square entitled ‘Big Blue Live‘.
Barbados’ leading telecommunications provider feted hundreds of city shoppers and passers-by with plenty of giveaways and top-notch performances from Flow ambassadors including Lil Rick, Peter Ram, Nikita, Shanta, Blood and Kirk Brown among others.
“Flow was officially launched in Barbados exactly a year ago and we are a proud company of both history makers and future enablers working towards a fully connected Barbados, so we must say thank you for giving us this opportunity to make a meaningful and lasting contribution to the wider society.”
“In the past year we have recorded several milestones and we were immensely proud to position Barbados as the first country in the world to have 100% Fibre-to-the-Home connectivity at the end of last year, an incredible achievement by any measure,” added Sheehy.
Sheehy also congratulated “the entire Flow family” for their sterling efforts in keeping Barbados in touch with the wider world.
“We will now build upon this strong foundation that we have laid to ensure that all Barbadians have access to cutting-edge products and services that add tangible value to their daily lives.”
He also noted the growth of Flow TV and the recent launch of Flow Sports and Flow Sports Premier, the Caribbean’s new home of sport. The company is also the Caribbean’s official broadcast partner for the upcoming Rio 2016 Olympic Games.