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Bank scoops $600 prizemoney

Nanise Loanakadavu
Saturday, December 22, 2012

FIJIANS are normally described as free-spirited, happy and joyous people.

This was evident in the Bula Friday competition organised by The Fiji Times which has been running for the past six weeks.

While the nation is now in the Christmas mood, Bank of South Pacific (BSP) retail head office staff members did not leave any stone unturned to mark this special occasion.

This week, they will add an extra $600 to their pockets after their bula wear caught the eyes of the judges.

Their combination of Christmas and bula spirit was highly regarded by the judges .

The judges said BSP retail head office staff members combined the Christmas and bula spirit well, looked bright and festive and stood out from the rest.

"Well done BSP," the judges said.

Also in this week's entry was staff members of BSP Pacific Harbour, Forum Secretariat, Pacific Agencies, Parts World Suva, Pleass Global Limited, Service Pro International Tourism & Hospitality Inst, Specialized Auto Services, FDB Lautoka, Telecom customer service, Works Department Labasa, Vodafone Triangle and Water Authority of Fiji call centre. Service Pro International Tourism Hospitality Institute said the bula spirit was meant to be shared with the rest of the world.

"It is our uniqueness and boldness to make us stand out," the company said.

"Bula spirit simply means the Fiji in me."


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