FLOW Dominica contributes over EC$50,000 towards the staging of Ti Vilaj Kwéyòl

Country Manager FLOW Dominica, Sharon Jemmot

FLOW Dominica has contributed over $50,000 towards the staging of the 2nd edition of Ti Vilaj Kwéyòl- “Tout Biten Domnik”.

The four-day event which forms part of the activities for the 2023 independence season will be held from October 23-26 at the Botanic Gardens.

“We are sponsoring the Ti Vilaj Kwéyòl this year to ensure a successful staging of the 4-day event,” Country Manager of FLOW Dominica, Sharon Jemmott said during the launching ceremony held at the Discover Dominica Authority (DDA) conference room on Wednesday. ” I am pleased to announce a partnership contribution of over 50,000 Eastern Caribbean dollars of which $30,000 will be given in cash. Other in-kind injections will form a part of our collaboration, including cutting-edge telecommunications support.”

She continued, “We are also proud to announce our support for other events during the season totaling approximately 25,000 Eastern Caribbean dollars.”

According to her, FLOW Dominica has reaffirmed its dedication to safeguarding the country’s cultural heritage.

“As a telecommunications company, we understand the importance of supporting and promoting the local tradition…,” she stated.

Jemmott believes that by preserving and celebrating Dominica’s cultural identity, “we celebrate and contribute to the overall development and well-being of the community and the society.”

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  1. Flush Flow
    October 8, 2023

    Flow had to give some money back because Flow is a ripoff. Folks are always complaining about not understanding how their “Top up” doesn’t last. When the report the problem to Flow’s reply is that the complainant should “activated” the plan. You already had a plan with Flow but you only needed a top up for about $40.00. But because you didn’t “activate” AGAIN you only get a fraction of the credit you paid for. Flow has no one watching them as yet so they keep bleeding the people. When you first pay for a monthly plan at Flow, they should disclose to the customer how to go about refilling or topping up their service. At some “top up” locations around the country the store owners who receive your money have no idea how to activate the plan. So Flow is getting away with Murder. ……………….

  2. Lime
    October 5, 2023

    Flow…do better than that…this is petty cash….u all have suck all the energy of Dominica….honestly u all can do much better than that….u all continue to leave a bitttaste in the mouth

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