Meanwhile, Flow contributed $75,000 to the Dominica Calypso Association for the 2017 Calypso Season, as part of its contribution to “The Real Mas-Dominik Ki Dou” Carnival 2017, in its capacity as ‘Headline Sponsor’.
According to a release, General Manager of Flow Dominica, Jeffrey Baptiste says, the annual contribution to the Dominica Calypso Association signals the telecommunication company’s interest in the development of the Calypso art form on the island.
The Dominica Calypso Association stages four main shows during the carnival season; Eliminations, which was already staged on Saturday 7th January 2017; Quarterfinals which takes place on Saturday 28th January 2017; Semi-finals on Saturday 11th February 2017; both of which will be staged at the Newtown Savannah; and the Grand Final Calypso Competition which will be staged on Saturday 25th February 2017, at the Potterville Savannah on the outskirts of the capital city, Roseau.
Flow Dominica head of Marketing, Kareem Guiste, says lucky customers will win free tickets for each of these upcoming events.
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