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Flow recognized as Title Sponsor for the upcoming Flow CARIFTA Games
By Bahamas Telecommunications Company
Mar 9, 2018 - 9:35:31 AM

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Iggy joins in the fun as Flow is officially recognized as the Title Sponsor for the upcoming Flow CARIFTA Games. From left to right are: Rosemunde Carey, (CEO for the LOC), Carol Barnett (BTC Senior Manager for Events & Sponsorships), Marcian Cash (BTC VP for Marketing), Natasha Adderley (CFO for the LOC) and The Hon. Michael Pintard, Minister of Youth, Sports and Culture.

Nassau, The Bahamas - BTC was on hand for the Official Sponsors Press Conference for the upcoming Flow CARIFTA Games at the end of this month. Vice President with responsibility for Marketing, Marcian Cash said, “We at BTC are proud that our parent company Flow is the Title Sponsor of the Caribbean’s premier junior Track & Field event – The Flow CARIFTA Games. For decades, we have been known for our continued investment in Sports by supporting the Flow CARIFTA Games, which is considered to be the incubator of some of the Caribbean’s greatest athletes. We are looking forward to welcoming our sister countries to a great weekend here on Bahamian soil. Last year, The Bahamas was also host to the CARIFTA Swim Games, which we also sponsored.”

Minister for Youth, Sports and Culture, The. Hon. Michael Pintard thanked the sponsors noting that, “Without you events like this would not be possible.” He also noted that, “When you are investing in CARIFTA, you’re inspiring a country.”

The Flow CARIFTA Games 2018 will take place from March 30-April 2 at the Thomas A. Robinson National Stadium.

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