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Stressless on prices

Harold Koi
Friday, January 25, 2013

WHEN it comes to affordable prices for school shoes, school bags and more, Lions Den stores have a wide range in stock, more importantly their prices are kind to your pockets.

This back to school shopping visit Lions Den and be amazed. Year in, year out, parents and students flood shopping centres for stationery, shoes, textbooks, uniforms and exercise books with one thing in common, affordable prices and quality.

This week, Lions Den has great deals on school shoes for boys and girls.

The store boasts a wide range of stylist fashionable shoes, even shoes for the whole family and this back to school shopping period, they've assured customers the best deals in town.

Lions Den is no stranger when it comes to shoes. Through their years of experience, they've selected quality shoes that customers demand.

They have a wide range of school sandals for boys and girls of all ages and friendly staff to assist you find that perfect fit. The shop also has a variety of fashionable school backpack with enough compartments to cater for all your school necessities.

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

So make a stop at the Lions Den on Renwick Road Suva or Market Square in Sigatoka. It's just $12 for two umbrellas at Lion Dens. Shoe prices go as low as $5, so don't miss out and visit them today.


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