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Ad Club sets the rules for M.Ad Quiz

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Ad Club sets the rules for M.Ad Quiz

The Bombay Ad Club is all geared up for its annual quizzing event, M.Ad Quiz, which sees a change this year with the media element included in it. The event is planned for January 12, 2007 and the Club has announced the rules for participating in the quiz.

As per the rules and regulations, each team would have three members and the entry fee per team is Rs 5,000. Entrants would be allowed to bring along with them two cheerleaders at no additional cost. Thus, the Ad Club would issue five donor passes (three team members plus two cheerleaders) for each participating team.

Bipin Pandit, Bombay Ad Club’s General Manager, informed, “It is essential that the representatives of the team should be from the same organisation, however, an organisation can send multiple teams.”

Each team would get a chance to be involved with 70 per cent of the quizzing session. The best six teams chosen on the aggregate points secured would get to answer the balance 30 per cent of the questions. As is the case with every event, donor passes can be bought for the event.

The M.Ad Quiz has attracted significant attention this year given the change in the quiz with media being added to it.

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