UCI is turning Japanese for June 2015 to celebrate their 10-year long successful partnership with world-renowned interiors brand, Okamura
June 17th, 2015
For the month of June, UCI is celebrating its decade long partnership with Japan’s Okamura Corporation. The celebrations kicked off with a party held at UCI’s Surry Hills office.
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