Celebrate Father’s Day at Abans and win for your father, your hero!

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The third Sunday each June marks the International Father’s Day and it commemorates fatherhood and the role of fathers in society. Keeping up with tradition, we at Abans are proud to host our annual celebrations in lieu of Father’s day on June 18, 2016, at 10:00 a.m. in Abans Elite Kollpitiya, themed: ‘Win for your father, your hero’. 


Look forward to a fun-filled day of excitement featuring games and activities for the entire family plus we will also be hosting guest speakers who will address important topics such as using appliances with maximum efficiency and we will also show you an easy cookery demo using the latest appliances that Abans has on offer this season.


The top three contestants in each event will receive a token gift in addition to their culminated points, which will decide the winners of the grand prizes: TAB, SHAVER and TITAN Wristwatch when you compete in the following activities:


How well do you know Abans? Test yourself on how much you know about Sri Lanka’s Number 1. Passing the Marble: Mom and the rest of the family team up to pass marbles on a spoon from point A to point B, the team with the most marbles in the bowl wins!“My Father, My Hero”: Children take centre stage to speak about their Hero: Dad. That’s our dad! Is a trivia game where the family 
is tested how much they really know about dad


Don’t miss this amazing opportunity to pay tribute to your dad, have fun and win valuable prizes this coming Saturday. Call: 011 256 5294/5 and reserve your seats today!

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