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Bigger, better show for 2012

Maciu Malo
Friday, November 30, 2012

THE stage is set for the Project Bula Mai Style Fiji 2012 show which is expected to draw 500 people together in the name of charity.

Committee member Zelda Thomas said the four months of preparations had been challenging and she thanked all individuals and businesses that played a part in staging the event.

She said all invited guests had arrived for the show and the list included high-profile sportsmen such as former Australian rugby league legends Brad Fittler and Andrew Johns.

Ms Thomas said apart from sports stars and supermodels, the organisers had also invited former Fiji Hibiscus queens including Lenora Qereqeretabua and Mere Nailatikau.

"All preparations are on the right track and the stage is set to host another successful Style Fiji show.

"For four months we have been working hard trying to make it a successful event and we are grateful to the many sponsors who have assisted us to make this show a success. We have included some businesses and former Fiji Hibiscus beauties which we believe will make a difference in this year's show.

"Businesses have been fundraising on their own and they will all donate to this worthy cause. This year's event is much bigger and we have included 100 more people to the 400 people we had last year."

She said the committee members were optimistic of raising the $100,000 target for the renovation of Nadi Hospital.


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