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Flow campaigns for Christmas with BMW 316i

Published:Sunday | November 23, 2014 | 12:00 AM
Contributed Persons admire the BMW 316i sedan which Flow is putting up as the main prize in its Christmas campaign.
Contributed Flow puts the BMW 316i on display.

Telecommunications company Flow has launched a Christmas campaign which will see one customer driving a brand new BMW motor car into the new year.

Encouraging its customers to 'Be Merry with Flow', the company is offering a number of prizes, the ultimate Christmas gift being the spanking new 2015 BMW 316i.

"Jamaicans have always had a love affair with BMW. It conveys premium quality, style and luxury," said Yanique Forbes-Patrick, marketing manager at Columbus Communications, operators of Flow. "The winner will also receive a full service package from Stewart Motors."

The BMW 316i sedan combines a sporty temperament with exemplary efficiency. It boasts the new BMW twinpower turbo four-cylinder 1.6-litre petrol engine. This new drive unit combines a twinscroll turbocharger with valvetronic, twin vanos and high precision injection. The intelligent technology package produces impressive performance and high torque, while substantially reducing fuel consumption.

To qualify

To qualify for entry in the promotion, persons have to sign up for any of Flow's 'watch, talk or click' packages, while existing customers should be up to date with their accounts in order to be eligible for entry.

But the prizes do not stop with the state-of-the-art motor car. New customers who apply for cable television services will receive free installation and a 50 per cent discount on the basic packages. Telephone customers will receive a free wireless upgrade.

Customers will also be eligible for monthly prizes of a supermarket shopping spree as well as a two-minute, grab-all-you-can bonanza.

"The market is extremely competitive at this time of year, but we have definitely pulled out all the stops this Christmas," Forbes-Patrick said.

The BMW 316i will be on display next weekend at the ADA Auto Show, which will be held at the National Arena.