I was watching news on TV about S.S.A.B.’s back to school promotion, which featured the owner of S.S.A.B. Fiti Leung Wai and some of her staff members.
What really got me was when Fiti Leung Wai during her presentation mentioned that “she used to buy stationery worth $200 per child” when she was working for government. She said she used to “dread back to school”
I love the idea of how Fiti used her own experience as a parent and a mother then, to formulate the notion in her successful business of “reducing stationery prices” for the Samoan people, predominantly at this time of the year
I was prompted by Fiti’s testimony and so Monday just past, I went straight to S.S.A.B. at the Megastore building and got my beautiful nieces and nephews their stationery for Back to school.
I was also shocked, in a positive way with the customer service they have. I was especially glad I got to ride on their escalators- what a beautiful and classy looking building- it’s like a mall.
I want to congratulate and acknowledge the numerous and different promos S.S.A.B. is offering our Samoan people every now and then.
Ever since S.S.A.B. entered the market there have many purchasing opportunities, the big drop in prices for different items, discounts on top of other discounts.
I moved to New Zealand eight years ago, came back and to be greeted with the “running pace” this company is at.
When I do go back to New Zealand I will take with me my shopping experience with S.S.A.B. especially when different products I saw in New Zealand are all here at S.S.A.B. Yes you are simply the best.