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Flow to host bigger back-to-school fair in MoBay

Thursday, August 14, 2014    

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MONTEGO BAY, St James

AFTER a successful staging of the inaugural Flow/Discovery Back-to-School Fair in Montego Bay last year, telecommunications company Flow is promising Montegonians a "bigger and better" event come August 24 at the Old Hospital Park.

The broadband company has once again teamed up with the Discovery Channel to host hundreds of patrons who will benefit from a range of discounts on textbooks and other school supplies.

Additionally, there will be an improved health and wellness zone featuring free haircuts and medicals for kids as well as new rides and a gaming lounge. The event remains free of cost and tickets are available at the Flow, Montego Bay retail store.

Nicole Campbell, sponsorship manager at Flow said that she was excited about this initiative as it demonstrates Flow's continued commitment to the Montego Bay community and its environs.

"This year's event will wow patrons. Flow is a family brand, and so outside of providing an event which is one-stop shop for all back-to-school needs, we want to ensure that we provide an avenue for families to come out and enjoy some quality fun and most importantly free entertainment," said Campbell.

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