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Celebrating the World Children’s Day With National Zoo

NOLIMIT joins “National Children’s Day” celebrations at

Dehiwala Zoo

03rd October ‘14:1Zoo 192

NOLIMIT, the biggest fashion chain in Sri Lanka, joined hands with

the National Zoological Gardens-Dehiwala for the second consecutive year to celebrate

The National Children’s Day fell on the 01st October, 2014 in a grand scale.

Dehiwala Zoo had a carnival atmosphere with children and their families flocking in from

early morning to celebrate the day. Zoo 140 Zoo 195 Zoo 164Presence of around 15,000 children including 300

differently abled children from the families of armed forces and police made the day

special and the glamour added by the items presented by differently abled children at the

inauguration ceremony grabbed attention of many and was the talk point of the day.

NOLIMIT, being the main sponsor of the event, organised many activities and

competitions to add variety for the day’s line-up. Zoo 145 Zoo 080Some were seen busily involved in art

competitions organized by NOLIMIT while others were posing with the cartoon

characters who entertained children. There were many other games and play items

including carnival games, face painting and bouncers that provided maximum enjoyment

for children. Apart from that, winners of competitions also received fabulous gifts from NOLIMIT2Zoo 232 Zoo 028

Being in the market for almost 22 years as a responsible corporate citizen, NOLIMIT has

contributed to numerous welfare programmes for the past so many years to make

peoples’ lives better. Sharing his thoughts about the decision to continue the sponsorship

of the Notional Children’s Day for the second time, Raneez Sheriff, Marketing Manager-

NOLIMIT said “Children are our future. We must protect their world now to present them

as valuable citizens to the future of this country. As NOLIMIT, we thought of taking the

responsibility of nurturing our most important asset-children by taking part in this event

which is nationally important”.



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