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Green Grass Hotel & Restaurant Jaffna wins CNCI Achievers Award

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CNCI Achiever Awards 2017 for Industrial Excellence organised by The Ceylon National Chamber of Industries was held for the 16th consecutive year at Galadari Hotel, Colombo recently. The CNCI Achiever of Industrial Excellence Award – 2017 Special Districts Awards in the Districts Level Service Sector was received by Green Grass Hotel and Restaurant Ltd. Here, Green Grass and Valampuri Hotel Chairman Thiyagaraja Jegaseelan receives the award from Litro Gas Lanka Ltd. Chairman Shalila Munasinghe. The Chief Guest of the occasion was President Maithripala Sirisena

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