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CCJL hosts VIP at Jazz Fest

Published:Thursday | February 5, 2015 | 11:23 AM
Flow Marketing Executives Joanna Simpson (front left) and Ilesha Williams, snapping a selfie with Canadian reggae fusion band MAGIC1 (From left: Nasr Atweh, Alex Tanas and Mark Pellizeri) , Kip Rich and Jah Cure.

Columbus Communications Jamaica Limited (CCJL), operators of the Flow and CBS brands, took feting to a whole new level when they hosted more than 120 clients each night over the three days of the Jamaica Jazz and Blues Festival at the Trelawny Multi-purpose Stadium last weekend.

With a round-the-clock bar and tray service, courtesy of Robbie's Kitchen, each night, specially invited guests were treated to a well decked out fare.

According to Sponsorship Manager Nicole Campbell, "Clients and stakeholders from across all sectors and of all classification were invited to the Columbus booth as part of the company's ongoing programme of client engagement, to strengthen and underscore our commitment to maintaining exceptional relationships with clients, corporate partners, key stakeholders and the media."

"To mark Flow's fifth year sponsoring the jazz festival, we also treated our staff to an amazing giveaway. Five staff members got an opportunity to win two tickets each for Friday and Saturday night, making it an unforgettable experience," said Campbell. Because of the overwhelming support the company, then decided to give away an additional eight tickets to the staff. "Flow is the home away from home for staff members, so we do as much as we can with our sponsorships, to show them that they offer an invaluable contribution to the company," she ended.