KINGSTON, Jamaica - Investigators assigned to the Rock River Police in Clarendon seized a semi-automatic pistol and one 9mm round at Mitchell Hill in the parish Friday night. No one was arrested in connection with the find.
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Flow customers will get even more this Christmas as the broadband company announces complimentary subscription to the NBA League Pass for the entire 2012/2013 regular season of the professional North American basketball championships.
Any customer who subscribes to any Flow sports package will receive this gift, valued at over $12,000. This means that customers will have access to view more than 80 games played by all NBA teams during the regular season, up to mid-April.
Consumers will enjoy a unique viewing experience with live games featuring popular teams such as the Heat, Mavericks, Lakers, Bulls Knicks and Spurs.
"It is important to us to show appreciation to our customers and thank them for choosing Flow. We thought that extending access to NBA League Pass for residential customers that subscribe to our various sports packages was a great way to do this," said Denise Williams, director of government and corporate affairs of Columbus Communications, operators of the Flow brand. "Jamaicans are avid sports fans and we are pleased to be able to leverage our technology to enable our customers to have access to premiere sports programming."
While selected NBA games can be seen on channels on the Flow network such as TNT and ESPN 2, by extending the NBA League Pass to customers, Flow has provided access to every game played throughout what is normally a very exciting season of basketball.
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