Telecoms giant, Flow celebrated its first anniversary today with an island-wide motorcade that ended with a free public concert dubbed “Big Blue Live” in Heroes Square, Bridgetown.
Broad Street came to a temporary standstill as Flow ambassadors Shanta Prince, Lil Rick, Peter Ram, Kirk Brown, Kikita, Scrilla got the public to suspend their shopping for a midday soca session.
Kirk Brown serenaded the ladies with his 2015 hit ‘Number One’, while Lil Rick, brought the maximum energy with ‘Gym Instructor’, ‘Wine Thief’, and ‘I get through’.
The final act, Peter Ram, got an outstanding response as the crowd joined him with the 2016 Crop Over hit ‘Good Morning’.
Managing Director of Flow Barbados, Niall Sheehy noted that Barbados was the first to market the Flow brand following the merger of Cable and Wireless and Columbus Communications.
“We actually officially launched flow last year on the 16th of July and I think it’s incredible how fast the people of Barbados accepted it and we’re very happy and appreciative.
“In the past year we have recorded several milestones and were are immensely proud to position Barbados as the first country in the world to have 100 percent fiber to home connectivity…an incredible achievement by any measure,” Sheehy said. (KK)
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