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Resort visit brings Christmas cheer to newsroom

Torika Tokalau
Thursday, December 06, 2012

DESPITE the recent fire that affected Naviti Resort this year, members of the staff were out in joyous spirit this week visiting their clients in Suva and sharing the joys of the festive season.

The Naviti staff visited 12 business houses in the Capital City, including The Fiji Times newsroom singing songs and presenting each company with a token of their appreciation for their support of the resort. "This is a usual tradition with the resort where we appreciate our loyal clients. This year despite the fire, we made sure we continued with the tradition," said resort kids club attendee Jese Mucunabitu.

"This is our way of thanking our clients for their continuing support. Thank you for always believing in the Naviti Resort and we look forward to continual support in the future."

The Fiji Times editor-in-chief Fred Wesley thanked the resort staff for their presence and reminded the newsroom of the importance of the month of December.

"Thank you for bringing us the joys of Christmas," he told the hotel workers.

Meanwhile the resort management has assured all members of the staff their jobs are safe for 2013.

The fire on November 1 destroyed the central building which housed the kids club, three restaurants, kitchen, lounge and bar, shops and tour offices.


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