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T-ARA Refunds All Costs Back To 'Queens' Fanclub Members

By Staff Writer | June 28, 2012 08:34 AM EDT

T-ARA Refunds All Costs Back To 'Queens' Fanclub Members

Girl group T-ARA has decided to refund all of the money to their 2,500 fans who paid to come to their fan meeting

On June 28, their agency commented, "T-ARA is holding their first fan meeting in 3 years and they felt that it was not necessary for the fans to have to pay to see them." They have fully refunded everyone's money that had paid to come see them.

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T-ARA will be holding their first fan meeting in 3 years at Kyung Hee University with their 'Queens' fan club members on July 14. There will be about 2,500 fans coming to see them.

T-ARA is currently preparing a special and fun performance for their fans. They are also making plans to do a 'high touch' event so that they can be closer to their fans.

T-ARA commented, "We hope that the fans will be able to enjoy our performance and get to know us  better as well."

 

 

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