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The ribbon cutting to the newly refurbished Flow office in Arnos Vale. From left: Wayne Hull, country manager Flow St. Vincent; Leroy Isaacs, Flow technician;  Waldo Hooker,  vice president, South Caribbean, C&W Communications.
The ribbon cutting to the newly refurbished Flow office in Arnos Vale. From left: Wayne Hull, country manager Flow St. Vincent; Leroy Isaacs, Flow technician; Waldo Hooker, vice president, South Caribbean, C&W Communications.
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Telecommunications provider Flow recently celebrated the opening of its newly remodeled corporate offices at Arnos Vale.

The occasion was commemorated with a ribbon-cutting ceremony last month, marking a significant milestone for the company.

While the retail store remains at its current location on Halifax Street, all employees who previously utilized the offices there have now been relocated to Arnos Vale.

Leroy “Zakie” Isaacs, the longest-serving employee at Flow, had the honour of cutting the ribbon alongside Wayne Hull, country manager, and Waldo Hooker, vice president, South Caribbean, C&W Communications.

“The ceremony was further elevated by the presence of Dr. Rev. Cecil Richards, who blessed the newly renovated building,” the company said in a press release.

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First tour of the new office building. From left: Joseph Bonadie, acting general secretary of the Commercial Technical and Allied Workers Union; Wayne Hull, country manager; Reverend Cicil Richards; Leroy Isaacs, FLOW technician; and, Waldo Hooker, vice president, South Caribbean, C&W Communications.

“The opening of our remodeled corporate offices represents our ongoing commitment to our employees, customers, and the communities we serve. This modernized space reflects our dedication to innovation, efficiency, and excellence in operational efficiency and service delivery,” Hull said.

“The official ribbon-cutting ceremony was a momentous occasion, punctuated with an exciting round of fireworks. The night’s festivities continued with the honoring of outstanding employees and long-service awards,” the company stated.

“We are excited to continue serving St Vincent and the Grenadines with the highest quality of telecommunications services, and we look forward to further strengthening our partnerships and connections as we embark on this new chapter in our company’s storied history,” Hull said. 

One reply on “Flow opens doors to upgraded corporate offices”

  1. Will customers have to travel to the new location to pay their bills? Or will the company utilize the Internet to allow customers to pay their bills?

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