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JM | Jul 30, 2022

The real hotspot: Flow Lounge at Reggae Sumfest 2022

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Dancehall icon and face of Flow’s ‘Sum Summa’ campaign Beenie Man is flanked by Flow’s Vice President and General Manager Stephen Price and Senior Marketing Manager Latoy Lawrence. (Photo contributed)

Reggae Sumfest recently returned after a two-year hiatus and the marquee event did not disappoint.

Team Flow was on hand to engage patrons, including members of the business community and provide an elevated experience through free Wi-Fi and other offerings in the multi-level Flow Lounge.

Here are some highlights:

Yoni Epstein, CEO of itel-BPO Solutions (left), is joined by Account Manager at C&W Business Jamaica, Dwayne Bennett (centre) and Flow’s Vice President and General Manager, Stephen Price. (Photo contributed)
Immediate past JAMPRO president Diane Edwards pauses for a quick picture with Flow’s Vice President and General Manager, Stephen Price by Flow’s multi-level booth. (Photo contributed)
Minister of Tourism Edmond Bartlett stopped by Flow’s multi-level booth and shared a quick photo op with Director of Communications, Kayon Mitchell. (Photo contributed)
Dancehall Icon and face of Flow’s Sum Summa Campaign Beenie Man is flanked by Flow’s Vice President and General Manager Stephen Price and Senior Marketing Manager Latoy Lawrence. (Photo contributed)
Grammy kid Koffee (centre) is joined by Brand Manager Krishana Davis (left) and Public Relations Manager LeVaughn Flynn of the Flow team. (Photo contributed)
Mayor of Montego Bay Leeroy Williams (right) catches up with Flow’s Vice President and General Manager Stephen Price. (Photo contributed)
President of the Montego Bay Chamber of Commerce Oral Heaven (c) with Account Manager, C&W Business Jamaica Dwayne Bennett and Flow’s Vice President and General Manager, Stephen Price. (Photo contributed)
Head of Business Development and Client Relations at Cumax Wealth Management Ava-Marie Bigby Edmond (c) is joined by Flow’s Director of Communications Kayon Mitchell (l) and her husband, Lissant. (Photo contributed)
Flow’s Vice President and General Manager Stephen Price and legendary Jamaican cricketer Chris Gayle. (Photo contributed)
Business Communications Manager at Flow Deleen Powell shows a patron how to access the free Wi-Fi available in the Flow booth. (Photo contributed)
PSOJ president Keith Duncan (second left) enjoys the vibes by the Flow booth along with members of the Flow team (l-r) Account Manager Dwayne Bennett, Director of Communications Kayon Mitchell and Vice President and General Manager Stephen Price. (Photo contributed)

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