Jetwing Sea’s Hawaiian Hula Night Takes Negombo By Swing With Main Sponsor Link Natural
Decorated with lanterns and tiki masks the beach at Jetwing Sea was filled with ladies dressed in their best Hawaiian outfits dancing the night away at Jetwing Sea’s Ladies Hawaiian Hula Night which took place on 30th September, 2017.
Taking Negombo by full swing the event was organized by Jetwing Sea together with the main sponsor Link Natural Products (Pvt) Ltd; Selyn as a co sponsor; media sponsor – Daily Mirror, Sunday Times, LifeOnline, Hi Magazine and Hi TV, and Njoy Coconut Oil and Sothys Esthetic Centre as partners.
With Shyamalee Tudawe, editor of Hi Magazine as the chief guest and Josephine Manike Cooray and Phoebe Auvity as guests of honour the festivities began with the launch of the Reflexology Bar offering quick on the go treatments to guests and Noodles Wok restaurant preparing over 15 varieties of specialty noodles at Jetwing Sea. The crowd was entertained by the lively music of popular band in Negombo, C Plus. They continued to provide the best of classics for the Baila competition bringing out only the best of moves from the ladies. Selyn showcased their latest collection of handloom styles through an eye-catching fashion show. Throughout the event raffle draw winners were picked and finally the Hawaiian Hula Night Queen was announced by Sothys with a spectacular fireworks display. The guests had the pleasure of feasting on a buffet spread inspired by Hawaiian cuisine prepared by the talented food and beverage team at Jetwing Sea.
With over 350 vibrant ladies attending Jetwing Sea’s Ladies Hawaiian Hula Night, Negombo saw to yet another successful and enjoyable event take place!
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