Fantastic Easter sales and much of it down to the Euro Weekly News!

SIMPLY delivering everything stated on the tin with extras too, we couldn't ask for more from an expat newspaper in Spain.
 
Personally I work direct with Michel Euesden whilst my staff work with her team.

Michel certainly adds lovely colour to each day as well as delivering the all important business.
 
Not only that I got an Easter egg too as well as a great return on investment over the Easter period!
 
Can't wait for the Costa del Sol RTN and we have already booked up!

Like Michel it's bound to be an out and out winner!
 
Keep rocking Michel you certainly are number one in our book!!
 
Steve Day
Managing Director
Oak Land Furniture SL
www.oaklandfurniturespain.com
Store: Tel: 951 979 221
Mob: 629 280 471

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