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New managers for nightclub

Luke Rawalai
Tuesday, February 06, 2018

PATRONS of the popular Pontoon Nite Club in Labasa gathered in numbers to witness the handing over of the clubs management to new owners from Nadi, Club Feenix.

Club Feenix's director resides in New Zealand but it is managed by former local deejay Michael Anderson Goundar.

This is part of efforts by previous manager of the then Pontoon Nite Club and Labasa businessman Charan Jeath Singh to outsource the management of the club.

Mr Goundar said members of the public would expect a change in the favourite North hangout with their experienced staff.

"We kicked off the opening on Saturday night with the Savu ni Delai Lomai singing sensations and we plan to bring in more famous local bands to entertain people in the North," he said.

"Response from the people during the opening of the newly revamped Feenix nightclub was overwhelming.

"Straight out of Nadi we are keen on developing the night and entertainment scene in Labasa.

"However we look forward to the continued support of the patrons in the future and we are thankful to them for being supportive."

Mr Goundar said they were planning on holding more live concerts for people in the North in the near future.

"We are here to do business and we mean business when we assure members of the public that they will receive our best services," he said.

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