Thamaga Bush Farm Sundays Introduces VIP Section

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Thamaga Bush Farm Sundays (BFS), an event intended to create positive vibes in Thamaga has enjoyed a lot of success last year.

Now making a return for the first time in 2019 at Adashe Resort this coming Sunday, the event will now introduce the VIP section which will be a marketing tool to increase and to maintain the loyalty of key BFS customers.

The event organiser, Lucy Ranko told Showtime that they have been working around the clock in efforts to provide the people of Thamaga with an inclusive and conducive entertainment environment which caters for people of different personas.

“We want to give a Thamaga born child who resides in the urban area a reason to come home every month to come and have fun with their relatives and friends.


We intend to grow the spirit of togetherness amongst our people,” he said. Ranko also emphasised that the event also aims at providing support to local Small and Medium-sized Enterprises by providing them with a platform to showcase their products.

He was quick to announce that BFS is getting bigger and better than before because the venue Adashe Garden Resort has been revamped to suit the standard of BFS family.

“We have also acquired a professional life guard to be at our disposal if need be.

Remember, our priority is to ensure safety so top class security will be on standby,” he added.

Ranko also mentioned that BFS is all about fashion, class and elegance. “Bush farmers can never go hungry coz our favourite grills will be available including our famous game meat,” he added.

BFS is a chill session event that gives attendees a picnic-like setup and a platform to express themselves in a relaxed and appreciative environment.

The family fun day event also gives children a time in the pool to enjoy the summer breeze while their elder counterparts listen to a selection of jazz, soul and hip-hop.

 

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