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Shoes for school

Frederica Elbourne
Friday, January 11, 2013

BACK-to-school shopping is a skill which involves preparing a list, separating needs from wants and even buying in bulk where necessary.

For every family with children attending primary and secondary school, the next couple of weeks will be a frenzy of buying stationery, sandals, schools bags and meeting other school needs.

It pays to start early with your child's back-to-school shopping.

That way, you avoid such scenarios where your patience may be tested after long days of searching all around town for those back-to-school items.

We all know that standing in long queues with stationery, uniforms, shoes and books piled up in your hands is trying as much as it is tiring.

Those with a keen eye for special deals and bargains will know all too well to check the stock and range at Lions Den.

The store's back-to-school sale offer competitive prices on PVC sandals, pumps and slip-on shoes, Zara sandals, children's school bags, 30-inch golf umbrellas—that can shelter two to three people, and side-strap bags.

Lions Den stores are located in Suva, Sigatoka and Lautoka.





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