“The way Kwekwe town has embraced the concept of a braai festival is quite encouraging and the Le Vue management is contemplating holding at least two braai festivals in a year,” Boss Rue said.
“So, being Le Vue, we have always been focused on doing things differently in the town. Our birth as an entertainment joint has always been premised on being a unique establishment that does things differently. We have a set up that differentiates us from the rest of fellow players who are in the same business as ours”.
“This was just a trial and we noticed that the first attempt was well embraced and this certainly gives us the urge to standardise the event and ensure that it does not only become popular within Kwekwe and the Midlands Province, but that it also gets national relevance.””We are really thankful to the community which came in huge numbers to enjoy themselves while braaing out with family and friends during Easter. The next occasion will definitely be bigger and better”, she said.“The people really liked it and we would also wish to take this opportunity to thank Delta Beverages who played a role in the successful hosting of the inaugural Easter Braai Festival through their provision of tents and ensure that the patrons were not going to be fatigued by scorching temperatures that were predominant during the Easter holidays”
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