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Tea Party with Laureche Events

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Laureche Events feted their loyal clients to a cosy tea party on the 24th of January 2015, in celebration of their relocation from their former office at 83 Stadium Road, Port Harcourt to a bigger and better facility.

A thriving event management and planning Company, Laureche runs a bridal and consultancy service and offers makeup services in addition to their core business.

The move to their new shop floor, located at the spanking new Oasis Center, 12a Psychiatric Road, Port Harcourt was significant and underlines the unprecedented success witnessed in their first decade of operation. Recognizing the value of their clients to their business, the tea party was a worthy show of appreciation to them, for their loyalty.

It was a memorable experience as the Management and Staff interacted with their clients and provided them a platform to mingle and make new friends. Side attractions included giveaways to the first 20 clients, huge discount sales and a raffle draw.

Laureche’s products: wedding gowns, bridesmaids’ dresses, little brides’ gowns, bridal train wears, accessories and many more.

Enjoy images from the event:

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About Kene Okoye

A creative writer, banker, pianist, composer and music promoter, Kene documents events and presents his viewpoint in compelling narratives. He sets out to create vivid pictures with his intelligent use of words and seeks to engage, thrill, educate and inspire the reader. Come on and enjoy yourself.

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