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Tourism expo to showcase Fiji

Siteri Sauvakacolo
Tuesday, May 06, 2014

THE Fijian Tourism Expo showcases our beautiful Fiji, says Tourism Fiji chief executive officer Rick Hamilton.

This was revealed to the Tui Nadi Ratu Sailosi Dawai at Narewa Village in Nadi yesterday when Tourism Fiji officials presented their i-sevusevu for the expo which begins today.

"It is an important occasion for Tourism Fiji — this will be our first Fiji Tourism Expo which is of benefit to Fiji," Mr Hamilton said.

"We have about 150 international buyers and 270 exhibitors who will showcase Fiji to the international market.

Tourism Fiji permanent secretary Elizabeth Powell thanked the people of Narewa for their hospitality and partnership in their contribution to the development of one of Fiji's most important industry- tourism.

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