Vendors look forward to next Fiji Easter Fun Fair

Vendors look forward to next Fiji Easter Fun Fair

By Simione Tuvuki
Sunday 28/03/2021
Viliame Christopher Filipo.

Vendors are already looking forward to the next Fiji Easter Fun Fair as it has proven to be an efficient platform for their businesses.

Viliame Christopher Filipo who owns a face painting business is one of the vendors who has benefited from the two day event.

Filipo says there is so much the event has offered, for both the vendors and customers and even for people there to enjoy the entertainment by some of Fiji’s best artists.

The Fiji Easter Fun Fair which is the first of its kind is organised by Communications Fiji Limited, the parent company of FM96, Legend FM, Navtarang, Radio Sargam, Viti FM and fijivillage in partnership with Subrails.

Subrails Managing Director, Shiva Gounder says they have received a lot of positive feedback from vendors and customers and the event has also benefitted their business.

Gounder says they are grateful with the outcome and look forward to the next one in partnership with Communications Fiji Limited.

He says they are planning to stage a similar kind of event in the Western and Northern Divisions.

The Fiji Easter Fun Fair will close at 6 tonight.

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