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$18k for awards

Repeka Nasiko
Wednesday, July 30, 2014

FUNDING of $18,000 was handed to the AON Fiji Excellence in Tourism Awards board of trustees and organising committee by ANZ Bank.

Board of trustees chairman Y P Reddy said the organising committee was grateful to ANZ's continued support of the annual event.

"To receive generous financial support from key industry participants, ANZ is a validation of the continuing success of Fiji's AON Excellence in Tourism Awards and further acknowledgment by the corporate sector of the AON Awards's importance to the tourism industry," he said.

"With nominations already starting to flow in, the AON Fiji Excellence in Tourism Awards is on track for another successful awards season in 2014."

The winners will be announced at the gala presentation dinner on Friday February 20 next year.

The Gold Sponsorship AON Awards by ANZ Bank was officiated by AON Fiji Excellence in Tourism Awards Trustees vice-chairman James Sowane and CEO of ANZ Bank Vishnu Mohan in Nadi on Monday.





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