Jazz on the Beach Gets Support from Flow

Press Release:-Jazz on the Beach is set for this Sunday, May 7 at Landings on the Pigeon Island Causeway. This year’s lineup will feature local and internationally acclaimed musical talents, including Ronald ‘Boo’ Hinkson and Barbados jazz / reggae saxophonist, Arturo Tappin, as well as Irvin ‘Ace’ Loctar, Shannon Pinel, and Barbara Cadet.

Flow is providing the event with financial assistance, along with telecommunications support, free promotional airtime on Flow radio programs and branded giveaways.

This sponsorship from Flow is a reaffirmation of the company’s steadfast commitment to supporting the development of Saint Lucia’s national festivals by sponsoring events that give a wide cross-section of Saint Lucians and visitors the opportunity to enjoy a diverse range of music in a freely accessible and beautifully scenic atmosphere.

“We are very proud to have Flow on board as a sponsor,” said Landings General Manager, Wilbert Mason. “Their support will go a long way in helping the event achieve its objectives of providing locals and visitors alike with a summer of great fun and entertainment while creating opportunities for local artistes to showcase their amazing talents, and enhancing the visibility of the island,” said Cypriana George, Sales Manager

“We are delighted to be partnering with the Landings for Jazz on the Beach,” said Flow Saint Lucia Acting Marketing and Communications Executive, Terry Finisterre. “We welcome the opportunity to invest further in an arena where we have had the pleasure of continuous providing support over the years. Events like Jazz on the Beach create the perfect ambience for family-friendly musical entertainment. We look forward to working with our partners to make the event truly spectacular.”

Cable & Wireless was the original corporate sponsor of Saint Lucia Jazz. Following its rebranding to LIME, and subsequently its transformation to Flow, the company has maintained its strong and loyal support for the arts and culture in Saint Lucia. The region’s leading telecommunications provider, Flow has contributed millions of dollars in cash and infrastructural support to the event, and has played a major role in its development and expansion.




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