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Resort scoops three awards

Repeka Nasiko
Sunday, February 26, 2012

SIGATOKA'S Intercontinental Fiji Golf Resort and Spa were the big winners at this year's AON Fiji Excellence in Tourism Awards, scooping three of the honours up for grab Friday night.

Although they were not expecting to win all three awards, resort director of sales Lisa Rangitutia believes the wins are a testimony of their hard work.

"I think it's a testament to the hard work put in by our 500 staff and also the community of Natadola and their support and also FNPF who have supported us in everything that we've ever done with the community," said Ms Rangitutia.

Ms Rangitutia said they were honoured as they have only been in the business for three years.

She said after their win, they were looking to improve their services and set themselves apart from other resorts.

"Now that we've established ourselves with these awards I think there's a lot of pressure on us to keep performing and that's what we're going to do for the people of Fiji - because all of our profits go back to the people of Fiji.





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