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City on sale discounts

Ropate Valemei
Friday, July 04, 2014

EXPECT an array of discounts on products, food and services when the Damodar City on Sale starts today in Raiwai.

Courts (Fiji) Limited marketing director Anil Senewiratne said this was an opportunity for customers to take advantage of discounted IT products in their Courts Cyber Shop at the Damodar City Centre.

Mr Senewiratne said they had tailor-made products such as Apple, Samsung and other world renowned brands.

Jack's of Fiji Group director Bhavin Khatri said they would offer great deals and promotions at their Damodar store.

Damodar Group of Companies chief marketing officer Riddhi Damodar said the event would continue until July 12.

* INSIDE: 20-page Damodar City on Sale Supplement.








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