BUSINESS BYTE: Flow Creole in the Park kicks off today

All is in place for a prompt start of the 14th edition of the Flow Creole in the Park from 12 noon at the Botanical Gardens in Roseau.

The event which precedes the World Creole Music Festival this weekend will showcase the best of Dominica in creole cuisine, local culture, arts and craft, the island’s unique blend of bouyon music and reggae from young and upcoming artists and some of the more seasoned and established bands and musicians.

They will be joined by soca artiste from Trinidad and Tobago Shal Marshal, and the seasoned reggae artist out of Jamaica Sanchez.

Flow Creole in the Park will run from 12 noon to 7pm daily and will climax on Thursday October 24th.

The event will begin with an official ribbon cutting ceremony which will include the national anthem, and the ribbon cutting by His Excellency the President of the Commonwealth of Dominica Mr. Charles A. Savarin & Mrs. Savarin assisted by Flow General Manager Jeffrey Baptiste and other members of the official party.

A special handset offer for patrons will feature the Alcatel A1 with a free 7-day ‘always on Talk, Text and Data Plan for $141. This offer is only available at the event.

A small contribution of $5 on Tuesday & Wednesday and $10 on Thursday will be accepted from the public. Flow welcomes everyone to enjoy the experience at the Botanical Gardens, however those who are unable to join us can view the Flow Creole in the Park via Flow Evo Channel 5, the Flow Youtube channel and www.comeseetv.com

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