Leading communications and entertainment provider Flow is offering new and existing customers the chance to win a share of $150,000 in cash and prizes as part of its ‘Christmas Is on Us’ campaign.
The initiative is “designed with the customer at the heart” and underscores the company’s commitment to connectivity, care, and innovation.
“The Christmas season is a time for joy, giving, and togetherness and we are passionate about creating opportunities for customers to do just that,” said Sharon Jemmott, Country Manager, Flow Dominica.
“This campaign is much more than a promotion, as its it’s a platform for celebration, allowing us to give back to our customers while incentivizing new customers with the best value and service in the market.”
Customers who switch, sign up, top-up $15 or more, pay their bills on time and in full, or activate a new prepaid plan will be automatically entered in weekly draws for a chance to win cash, appliances, electronic devices such as televisions and laptops, mobile devices, free services and more.
Another exciting component of Flow’s ‘Christmas Is on Us’ campaign is the ‘Catch a Santa’ dash which will allow our customers to chase after Santa to win numerous prizes at the Flow store and other partner businesses over the season. Summer James, one of the first customers to switch as part of the campaign, participated in the first dash as part of the launch on Friday. She won several prizes including a Samsung handset.
A draw of a 2-in-1 Gateway laptop amongst the media present at Friday’s launch was won by Kairi FM technician Kamaly Dorsette on behalf of his media house.
“As is customary for us at Flow, our campaign will also have a charitable component and our teams will be giving their personal time, energy, and resources in support of some deserving individuals and organizations who support the communities we serve,” added Jemmott.
“We are very proud to be a part of the Dominican community, and from a company perspective this is an important moment for us, and we are looking forward to positively impacting as many people as possible over the Christmas season.”