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New Teivovo office

Arin Kumar
Saturday, July 05, 2014

FIJI's leading rugby magazine — Teivovo officially started work at its new office in Carnavon Street in Suva yesterday.

And it also marked the one-year anniversary of Culden Kamea taking over the magazine's publishing duties from founder Jeremy Duxbury.

Kamea said hard work over the past 12 months allowed them to put out nine issues of the magazine.

"From then until now, the magazine has been sold at 220 outlets and 100 copies are also sent to New Zealand for sales," he said.

Kamea said their profile on social media (Facebook) has also improved.

"48 per cent of our friends on Facebook are females which shows that our reach is not only limited to rugby loving men.

"We would like to thank the team behind Teivovo for their efforts in putting out the magazine nine times over the past 12 months and we look forward to them to deliver more excellent stuff in the upcoming issues."








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