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Congratulation winners

Motiram
Friday, March 01, 2013

CONGRATULATIONS to winners of AON Fiji Excellence Tourism Awards 2013. Motiram & Company Limited is proud to be associated with the hospitality industry.

As leading supplier of hospitality textiles, Motiram and Company Ltd has for the past 40 years, materials of which include customised uniforms, fabrics and furnishings and many more products.

They have a vast selection of bed and bath linen in various colours and quality to suit any property, whether it is for budget motels, hotels, resorts or luxurious upmarket properties. They carry large stocks of all items, which ensure their customers get timely delivery.

Motiram strives to give their customers the finest quality products at the most competitive price and back that up with their personal, reliable and dedicated service.

They have grown of the back of this strong customer satisfaction, recommendations and service and look forward to being of serve to this industry for many many more years to come.

Thanking everyone for their support and wishing all tourism operators the very best for 2013.





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