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Windward Apparel

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Windward Apparel began in 1982 in Vancouver, Canada.  The owners Sean Cody and Sharon Robinson moved to Fiji in 2000 and began their operation in Savusavu in 2004.

Windward Apparel is a specialty screen printing company addressing all areas of decorated clothing.  We utilize direct to cloth printing, heat transfers, sublimation transfers, embroidery and six colour screen prints. Our graphic artists create unique and spectacular images. We import a wide range of clothing of top quality from several countries and are the sole suppliers of Bamboo clothing under the Bamboo Fiji line.  Our trademarked “Kava Shirt” is sold worldwide.

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Resort Support

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Resort Support helps small-medium size tourism businesses during their development and growth, and have a range of services to assist you in times of change. Their approach enables just the right level of support to suit your own particular circumstances, so that you can achieve a higher level of consistency in product, service and profitability!

They provide individually tailored, practical and effective solutions suitable for small-medium size businesses, and have developed a range of packages to suit your specific needs.

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Resort Support was established in 1998 to fill a need within the tourism industry for outsourced expertise in management, marketing and  development in the context of small medium tourism properties in the Fiji Islands.

The team at Resort Support have been operating many different tourism products throughout the the Fiji Islands and the South Pacific, from dive shops to cruise ships, from hotels to resorts.

http://resortsupportfiji.com/

 
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