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Audio4fun Celebrates Bastille Day (July 14)

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Thu 12 Jul 2007 – It’s Bastille Day coming soon, and at AVnex Ltd.’s French site, they are celebrating France’s liberty, equality and fraternity with special offers. Check them out at
On this 14 Juillet or less commonly but more officially Fête nationale, many cities hold fireworks during the night. Many dancing parties are organised (bals du 14 juillet) and it is customary that firefighters organize them (bals des pompiers). Those celebrations take place from 13 July at night to 14 July. Military parades, called Défilés du 14 juillet, are held on the morning of 14 July, the largest of which takes place on the Champs-Élysées avenue in Paris in front of the President of the Republic.

Outside France, they celebrate the 218th French revolution as well as French language and culture in the US, Canada, etc. with street festivals and concerts.

“It’s a day of celebration. So pop in some music, crank up the volume, stamp your feet, rock your body and sing along your favorite songs. Style them with some Bastille Day’s moods with Music Morpher Gold 4.0 or Voice Changer Software Diamond 6.0, now 30% OFF the list prices,” said Robert Jo, Audio4fun’s Business Development Executive in charge of affiliate partners.

He told us about this campaign, “This is a special promotional campaigned designed for our French site only. Since France is a potential market, we aim to bring more benefits to our French users, as well as to develop a fruitful relationship with our French partners.”

This program lasts until Sunday, July 15, 2007 only.