Flow gives back in time for School!
Telecommunications company Flow gave back to customers and members of the public with the launch of the first ever Back-to-School Super Friday & Saturday on August 28th and 29th respectively.
Last Friday’s events were held at the Derek Walcott Square in Castries and the Soufriere Town Square where persons gathered amidst the hustle and bustle of the day.
Flow, in collaboration with the St Lucia Blind Welfare Association, provided free eye screenings. Persons were treated to complimentary haircuts; children were treated to face painting, popcorn and cotton candy! Another component, video gaming, was hosted by Gamer Vibes and powered by Flow’s superfast broadband service.
“This is a great opportunity for us to give back, especially to children who are preparing for the upcoming new school term,” said Shermalyn Sidonie-John, Flow St. Lucia Sales, and Marketing & Communications Manager.
A similar venture was also held in Vieux Fort last Saturday August 29th on the Laborie Highway. Customers who signed up or upgraded their Flow services enjoyed 50% off the monthly fee for three months, as a special reward. They were also eligible for a game of Spin & Win where they walked away with prizes including grocery and Back-to-School vouchers, flash drives, portable chargers, laptop sleeves, umbrellas and more.
“We already give our customers so much value throughout the year, we wanted to find a way to give back something extra special that we know they’ll find very useful and make the Back- toSchool season an enjoyable experience.” said Ms Sidonie-John.
Flow plans to keep the Back-to-School Super Friday and Saturday initiative as part of its annual calendar of events and invites persons to look forward to participating in even more communities in the coming years.