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January 12-13, Nakuru

Kenya: United Selections announces Open Days

To usher in 2018, United Selections holds their annual Open Days event at their Nakuru facility in Kenya. The two day event shall be held on Friday 12th & Saturday 13th of January, 2018. Join them as they launch and present their new assortment. They hope to have the best event for interacting and exchanging flower business ideas moving forward. Below is a preview of some of the upcoming varieties to expect:
          


Event details
  • Venue: Ngata, Nakuru – Near Lord Egerton Castle
  • Days: 12th January & 13th January, 2018
  • Time: 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
  • Lunch will be served to all
For more information:
United Selections
marketing@united-selections.com
www.united-selections.com

Publication date: 1/5/2018

 


 

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