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DAC elects V K Chopra as President for second consecutive year

07-May-2005
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DAC elects V K Chopra as President for second consecutive year

V K Chopra and Narinder Sharma have been unanimously elected as president and secretary respectively of the Delhi Advertising Club (DAC) for the second term.

On being re-elected for the second consecutive year, V K Chopra, President, DAC, said, "The advertising community has a lot of faith in me and I could not say no to them. They have some expectations from me, I will try to live up to their expectation."

In its annual general meeting, which was conducted on May 4, DAC elected Vivek Sayal and R C Tanwar as vice presidents. Subhash C Vatsain was elected as the joint secretary, while Vipin Kharbanda was nominated for the treasurer's position.

The executive committee members include Rajnish Gogia, Man Mohan Gupta, Kunal Banerjee, K K Malhotra, Esha Guha and Pramod K Bhandula.

This year the club plans to host the advertising awards at the national level. Moreover, there will be seminars on current issues related to advertising and marketing.

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