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S.S.A.B. FAMILY: Samoa Stationery and Books staff in Savai’i.

S.S.A.B. FAMILY: Samoa Stationery and Books staff in Savai’i.

Samoa Stationery and Books (S.S.A.B) celebrated the 5th year since its establishment at Salelologa Savai’i yesterday.

The celebration was attended by a large crowd of people residing on the big island, who turned up at S.S.A.B Savai’i early in the morning to take advantage of the specials on offer as part of the birthday.

 “This is a day of celebration and also a special day for S.S.A.B to give back to our customers in Savai’i for their continuous support throughout the years,” said the Chief Executive Officer, Fiti Leung Wai

The Managing Director for S.S.A.B Savai’i, Tagaloa Fritz Vito, Serah Vito the management and staff of Savai’i also expressed their heartfelt appreciation for the support of the community in Savai’i. 

The commemoration of S.S.A.B Savai’i’s 5th anniversary attracted customers to purchase high priced items such as Laptops, chromes, TVS and many other products.

Customers in Savai’i thanked S.S.A.B for offering various product lines such as the electronics, furniture and S.S.A.B’s newest established SEI ORIANA gift range. 

The celebrations included the official opening of the new building extension to S.S.A.B Savai’i and conference room, which was completed two weeks ago by renowned builder, Paepae Aiono. 

Paepae had designed and built S.S.A.B Megastore.  

The occasion was also an opportunity for Mrs. Leung Wai to elaborate on her vision to establish S.S.A.B Savai’i. She said this was due to the high demand from residents of Savai’i, especially the school principals and teachers. 

“I am glad and return all the glory to God to see that S.S.A.B Savai’i is helping our people on the big island save money and time, especially from having to catch the ferry to go to Upolu to purchase items or products that were not available in Savai’i,” she said.

The C.E.O thanked the Ali’i ma Faipule of Salelologa for playing their part in the security of S.S.A.B Savai’i as well as the ANZ Bank for financing the Savai’i extension. 

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