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Pune Marriott Hotel assigns social media mandate to Tonic Media

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Pune Marriott Hotel assigns social media mandate to Tonic Media

Pune Marriott Hotel & Convention Centre has appointed Tonic Media to handle its social media duties. Tonic Media will assist Pune Marriott on social media, using some innovative properties online.


Commenting on the development, Jatin Khanna, GM, Pune Marriott said, “With most of the TG now present on social media, digital plays a very important role for the hotel to form brand loyalists and increase positive word of mouth. Tonic Media will assist Pune Marriott to take the brand to newer heights on social media using some innovative properties online. Social media will not only target prospects but also look at creating long lasting relationships with its guests. The social presence will be an extension of the brand personality.”

Chetan Asher, CEO & Founder, Tonic Media added here, “We are very excited to work with the Marriott brand. We will be leveraging our vast experience in F&B and service industry to establish the property as a leader on social media. We have planned a phased strategy to build engagement and involve the user on an ongoing basis. In the coming days, some of these activities will begin to roll out across various social media platforms.”

Mumbai-based Tonic Media also handles social media marketing for Ramada, Dubai,
McDonalds India, Baskin Robbins India and some other F&B outlets in the Middle East. 


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