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Celebration with a difference

Serelisoni Moceica
Sunday, April 29, 2012

WHILE most of Fiji focused on the Coca-Cola Games yesterday, employees of AON (Fiji) Limited spent the day with their families cleaning up the Laucala Bay foreshore in Suva.

"It's our social responsibility to help keep the societies we live in clean and environmentally safe for ourselves and our children," said the company's senior accounts manager, Michelle Chand.

She said 45 participants turned up for the clean-up and she acknowledged the presence of family members at the event.

Mrs Chand said the clean-up campaign was part of the company's week-long global 25th anniversary celebration.

She said the red T-shirts worn for the campaign was in support of the Manchester United team that the company sponsored.

"About 620 officers of the company worldwide are also organising events today (yesterday) to celebrate the anniversary," she said.

The AON team cleaned up the foreshore and ended their campaign in front of the Rabuka Gym oblivious to the sounds of cheer reverberating from the tfl National Stadium.





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