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JWT & Crayons win Congress Jharkand assembly elections advertising mandate

16-November-2009
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JWT & Crayons win Congress Jharkand assembly elections advertising mandate

The Congress Party, that was scouting for advertising agencies for the forthcoming Jharkhand Assembly elections, has decided on JWT India and Crayons Advertising to handle both creative and media requisites of the party. JWT is handling the TV and Radio mediums for the elections. Crayons on the other hand would handle the Print & Outdoor mandate.

The other agencies that are said to have participated in the pitch are Percept and K&V Media among others. The Jharkhand Assembly elections are slated to be held in five phases on the dates of November 25, December 2, December 8, December 12 and December 18, 2009.

Ranjan Bargotra President Crayons Advertising said, “We are really happy to handle the print and outdoor duties for Congress Jharkhand elections. The print elections broke in Hindi & English dailies on November 13, 2009.”

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