Flow wins awards
COLUMBUS COMMUNICATIONS Jamaica Limited, operator of Flow, has won a major international award. Flow has copped a prestigious Addy award from the American Advertising Federation out of the United States.
Jamaica's only digital triple-play provider is the proud recipient of a silver ADDY award. The company entered in the television category. Flow has been on an aggressive drive to promote its suite of cable packages and last year produced and aired a 30-second commercial titled 'Bring the Drama'. The ad, which promoted Flow's suite of HBO offerings, features, a sitcom-style family trying to satisfy their need for drama in everyday situations.
Marketing manager at Flow, Yanique Forbes Patrick, says the telecommunications company is delighted that it won the award.
"We are pleased that our commitment to producing high-quality, entertaining content has been recognised. Special thanks to our team for ensuring we put in some good work and were able to secure an award-worthy spot," said Forbes Patrick.
Only last month, Flow received another international award for its marketing and customer service efforts.
Jamaica's premier telecommunications provider, Flow, won the US-based Stevie award for contribution to businesses. Flow's retail team was the bronze winner for Sales and Training or Coaching Programme for use of the Value Selling Retail Programme. Director of retail sales at Flow, Beverly Thompson, was also awarded an individual silver medal for second place in the category Sales Training or Education Leader of the Year.
"Flow's efforts in marketing, sales and customers service are being recognised internationally. We have placed a high emphasis on service and delivery and our teams work hard to maintain and surpass those high standards; and now we see the hard work paying off nicely. These awards put us on a global scale with some of the globally recognised brands," said Forbes Patrick.