FLOW Jamaica offers Huawei P9 Lite and 2 Grandstand tickets as Champs draws near

Jamaicans, Girls and Boys Champs is upon us!!

This year’s ISSA/GraceKennedy Boys’ and Girls’ Championships, to be held from March 28th 2017 to April 1st 2017, might be the year that marks the death of the Banger!! Or worse, when DuttyBerry decides to do Track and Field!


FLOW Jamaica has declared war on the Banger smartphone with an offer via IG (Instagram) to win a Huawei P9 Lite plus 2 #FlowChamps Grandstand tickets as per their Twitter feed!

All you have to do is to take a picture of yourself posing with your bangers (button phone) while wearing the colours of the school you’re representing at Champs!! Then post the picture to instagram with the hashtag #UpgradediBangers & #FlowChamps and the tag @flowjamaica to get a shot at 2 Grandstand tickets!!!

This is a lot better than the #Switchtoflow promo that promises a measly Huawei Y3 Lite smartphone as declared in #Switchtoflow promo gives you a Huawei Y3 Lite smartphone as Champs beckons.

Interestingly the previous teaser for the offer on Tuesday 21st Mar 2017 didn’t mention the type of smartphone or Grandstand tickets.

Already the hype is building up from North Street straight to Arthur Wint Drive where the National Stadium is located.  Wolmer’s is ready!!!

FLOW Jamaica is giving the Wolmerians their support with a donation of JA$100,000.

I’m of course bringing Kingston College as truly, the Brave may fall but never Yield. The brought the music back in 2016….

So will KC take home the Champs trophy after 8 years of failure?

And can Edwin Allen defend their title yet again or will Holmwood Technical or Vere Technical rise to the occasion and take their crown?

A Huawei P9 Lite plus 2 #FlowChamps Grandstand tickets sounds just about the right way to usher in a KC win….or Calabar retaining the crown once more! Sharing is caring so share this article with your friends, encouraging them to switch to FLOW Jamaica!


Here’s the link:

FLOW Jamaica Website

FLOW Jamaica Twitter Feed: @FLOWJamaica

FLOW Jamaica Facebook Page

FLOW Jamaica YouTube Channel

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