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Christmas sale at the den

Torika Tokalau
Friday, November 30, 2012

WHEN it comes to affordable prices in footwear, Lions Den is the place to check out, for yourself, your family or for a gift for that special someone—especially for this festive season.

Year in, year out—Lions Den is known for their remarkable discounts on footwear from fashionable ladies shoes, men's safety boots to school sandals and this Christmas is no exception!

They have great deals on ladies, men's and children's shoes—all going for very low prices. Customers can choose from their wide range of stylist fashionable shoes that are sure to kind to your pockets and your feet.

Lions Den has shoes for the whole family, from the youngest toddler to the eldest citizen—all affordable and boasting comfort, always up to date with the latest trends.

Their wide range also caters for the working-class people, shoes for running, the office, and parties or to go with your casual wear. Lions Den has shoes for toddlers men and ladies.

They have shoes that would suit any classy night whether it's a birthday, wedding or cocktails for both men and women.

Lions Den is no stranger when it comes to shoes, through their years of experience they select only quality shoes that customers demand.

They also have the best deals on DVD players, headsets, earphones, television screens, multimedia speakers, toasters and universal chargers to name a few. Make a stop at Lions Den on Renwick Road in Suva or at Market Square in Sigatoka to take advantage of their wonderful deals.





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