FBC Park Jam with a difference
April 26, 2012 7:15 pm
Still with the Coke Games, authorities have, on numerous occasions, called on students, athletes and the public to stay out of trouble during and after the games.
Tomorrow is when it all ends, and FBC has just what it takes to keep everyone happy without testing the law.
The FBC Park Jam kicks off tomorrow morning, promising a lot of fun not just for students or athletes, but for the whole family.
Here’s FBC Sales Director Morika Hunter.
“We had the Park Jam planned originally but when the floods happened we realised there is a lot of people in Fiji that need our help – so to help them we have water tanks around the Park, so people can drop a dollar. We are actually giving the people a free concert, there is other entertainment here that is free, we’ve also got rides that people can enjoy but we’ve also got drop a dollar donation fund going on all day from 10am to 10pm.”
This event is for the thousands of school children who’ll be in the capital from all over Fiji.