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Special day for couples

Serafina Silaitoga
Friday, February 14, 2014

COUPLES in a town of the Friendly North have not been forgotten as a group of business houses put together activities for a special Valentine's Day.

Led by Charan Jeath Singh Group of Companies, the lucky Labasa couple will be treated to special meals, breakfast in bed, hotel accommodation and a tablet.

Events co-ordinator Aaron Singh said the business houses decided to organise something different for people in Labasa.

"It's Valentine's Day and is a special moment for couples.

"We thought of organising dinner and hotel accommodation so they can remember their Valentine," Mr Singh said.

"So the lucky couple will go through a few activities like catwalk and other things we have organised at Pontoon Nightclub."

Mr Singh said it was something new for Labasa Town and would certainly not be the end.

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