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Bright colours capture spirit of Christmas

Mere Naleba
Saturday, November 16, 2013

THE Fiji Times Office Bula competition announced a new winner yesterday who walked away with $300.

The South Pacific Tourism Organisation was among eight other offices that took part in the weekly competition highlighting Bula wear on Friday by workers of various organisations.

In selecting SPTO ahead of the other entrants who had sent in their colourful Bula wear pictures, Fiji Times marketing manager Foto Ledua said: "SPTO were bright in their Bula colours and captured the Bula spirit in their photo."

"It was fun and festive. Congratulations team SPTO."

Ms Ledua is urging others who are thinking of sending in their colourful Bula Friday wear pictures to be creative and imaginative about their entries.

"This is so that it stands out from the rest," Ms Ledua said.

These are the entries for week three — Airports Fiji Limited's Electrical & Mechanical Section, Reserve Bank of Fiji's GAS Team, Penang Sangam Primary School, Shreedhar Motors, South Pacific Tourism Organisation, USP Finance Department, Asgar Optometrists and Roopesh Gift Shop in Nadi.





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