Jazz it up with Flow/HBO - VIP treatment for winning customers at Jamaica Jazz and Blues

Published: Sunday | January 15, 2012 Comments 0
Enthusiastic fans at the Jazz and Blues Festival last year. - File
Enthusiastic fans at the Jazz and Blues Festival last year. - File

Viewers of HBO on Flow will have the chance to win the ultimate VIP treatment package for the weekend of the 2012 Jamaica Jazz and Blues Festival, January 26-28. The grand prize winner of the Jazz It Up with Flow and HBO promotion will receive hotel accommodation for two at the luxurious Ritz-Carlton Golf Resort and Spa along with VIP tickets to attend the festival and the opportunity to see the highly anticipated performance of Celine Dion, as well as, top Jamaican and international artistes. The winners will also receive one month’s free access to HBO.
“Flow is always seeking to meet our consumers’ need to get real value and identify ways to enhance and enjoy their lives,” said Denise Williams, director of corporate and government affairs at Flow. “This special offer is another way for us to show appreciation to our customers for choosing Flow and HBO.”
With this offer, new and existing customers of Flow who sign up for any new HBO packages between January 3 and 20, 2012 will automatically be entered in the draw to win prizes that will take them to one of the Caribbean’s greatest concert events.
This promotion is part of Flow’s continuing partnership with the organisers of the festival. Flow will power the festival with its broadband Internet, the fastest on the island. The broadband company will also air a feature on thefestival via its OnDemand platform to create additional areas for exposure for the world-class event.
Flow also teamed up with HBO to showcase Jamaica as both a business and tourist destination via a special HBO feature that the International Broadcasting Company will air to approximately 300 million viewers in the Caribbean and Latin America. “The Jamaica Jazz and Blues Festival is an extraordinary experience and we wish to extend this experience to our customers and the world,” explained Denise Williams, director, corporate and government affairs at Flow. “We are always seeking innovative ways to capitalise on our partnerships and provide value to consumers and are pleased that HBO made the decision to return to Jamaica for this special year when Jamaica celebrates the 50th anniversary of Independence.”
The exciting line-up for this year’s Festival includes popular Jamaican and international artistes such as Cee Lo Green, Head of State, Destra Garcia, Shaggy, Chris Martin, Earl Klugh, Richie Stevens and Tami Chynn and Tessanne Chin.

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