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Delhi Ad Club Advertising Awards on May 25

16-April-2012
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Delhi Ad Club Advertising Awards on May 25

Delhi Advertising Club (DAC) will be holding its annual Excellence in Advertising Awards on May 25, 2012. This was announced by RC Tanwar, President, DAC.

This year, the awards function will be sponsored by Graphisads, in association with Span Communications. exchange4media is the media partner for the DAC Awards.

More than 500 executives from the advertising industry are slated to attend the awards function, which will be held at The Ashok, New Delhi. The Delhi Ad Club is expecting around 300 entries this year.

The Delhi Advertising Club has 509 life and ordinary members. These members are senior executives from leading advertisers, advertising agencies and media, including print, electronic, outdoor agencies and PR houses. The club has been functioning regularly since 1969.

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