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Flow shares $20,000 among Christmas winners

(PRESS RELEASE) – Flow has lived up to its promise to reward at least one customer from every district on island, coming out of the telecommunications company’s 2017 Christmas promotion.

This week, Flow presented five more customers with cash awards of $2,000.00 each, bringing its total for Community Cash Prizes to a whopping $20,000.00.

Adding to the winners from Anse La Raye, Castries, Canaries, Gros Islet and Laborie, the latest group of winners includes three educators, a housewife, and a tradesman. Dudley Etienne, a 42-year-old electrician from Augier, Vieux Fort is a satisfied Flow internet customer, as is math teacher Zial Williams of Cresslands, Soufriere.

Lench Fevrier from Mon Repos, Micoud, a farm manager at Sir Arthur Lewis Community College, and primary school teacher Gail Charles (hailing from River Doree, Choiseul) are customers on the island’s fastest, most reliable mobile data network. And housewife Helena Edgar from Grand Ravine, Dennery is a TV subscriber.

In the coming weeks, Flow will present the winners of its Christmas grand prizes: a $13,000.00 Smart Home Technology Bundle inclusive of a TV, iPhone 8 smartphone, Amazon Echo, and computer tablet, and a $5,000.00 Service Bundle – free TV, internet, mobile and landline service for a full year.

Gail Charles was surprised at her school with the cash award: “I am so thrilled,” she said. “Because I had a recital with my school choir today, I was not sure if I could have collected my prize. But because I am with the best service provider in Saint Lucia, they agreed to come to me! And I am truly delighted to be a winner.”

Coming into the New Year, Flow is giving mobile customers the opportunity to qualify for instant prizes, such as free credit, free local and international minutes, data, cash back, and combo plans, just by topping up $10.00 or more. Customers can also sign up for combo plans by dialling *129# from their mobile handsets.


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