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Team to showcase Pure Fiji massage ritual in US

By TIMOCI VULA
Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Update: 2:10PM FOUR Pure Fiji staff members left Fiji last night to attend the Las Vegas International Esthetics, Cosmetics and Spa Conference.

In Vegas, the team - led by company director Andre Austin, will showcase the unique Pure Fiji massage ritual, synchronised to Fijian music.

Pure Fiji director Gaetane Austin says the Pure Fiji booth will also be manned by the US distributors.

She says while it is anticipated that Pure Fiji's presence will not only boost their recognition in the USA, it will also give an excellent exposure for Fiji  generally.

IECSC Las Vegas is a valuable educational resource that provides attendees with the perfect venue to learn about new trends, find new product lines, discover new tools, techniques and treatments that will help their careers and businesses grow.








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