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The promenade outside telecommunication provider Flow’s Kingstown office was transformed into a cultural hub to commemorate the 39th anniversary of St. Vincent and the Grenadines.

Providing a platform for local entrepreneurs to market their products and services, the Flow team this week featured a cultural exhibition dubbed “Flow Creole on the Promenade”.

About 10 entrepreneurs took advantage of the opportunity to promote their businesses.

Gabrielle Howard, Owner of “Get Lashed” expressed gratitude for the exposure to her business.

She said the opportunity to feature her services has been beneficial as she has been able to expand her clientele.

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She further said that, based on persons recommendations, she is considering expanding her business to provide even more services.

Meantime, owner of Natural Beats, Ingrid John, stated that she was more than happy to accept the opportunity to partake in the activity.

John said that the heightened activities surrounding Independence celebrations have allowed many of her customers and even new clients to take advantage of her Independence wear and jewellery.

Also expanding her clientele, Vanesss Francis, owner of VFrancis Arts & Designs, stated that many persons have requested orders.

Francis, who designs accessories, bows, suspenders, and other items, said the week of activities has helped to propel her business further.