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The union, in partnership with the Suva City Council and the Fijian Broadcasting Corporation, will organize a motor show in the city of Suva.
One of the biggest automobile clubs in the country, The Syndicate, in partnership with the Suva City Council and the Fijian Broadcasting Corporation, will organize a Suva City Motor Show.
A first of its kind, the Show will bring together nearly 100 participants on September 10.
The Syndicate, FBC and SCC put pen to paper today to officially launch the show.
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Syndicate President Varun Raghu encourages car enthusiasts to participate in the one-day event.
“Because of COVID for quite a while we haven’t had any events, people were pretty lost and nothing was being done now is a good time to start something.”
Fijian Broadcasting Corporation Chief Executive Riyaz Sayed-Khaiyum said they are looking forward to what awaits them at this historic event.
“We are proud and happy that FBC is going to be involved in another of Fiji’s firsts. We are always trying to do things that have never been done before.
Suva City Council chief executive Azam Khan said this is something they hope will continue for years to come.
“This motor show will feature a wide range of motor show activities, which we believe will be an integral part of Suva City’s calendar of events in the future.”
The event will take place at Constitution Avenue in Albert Park, Suva next month.