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ITPO invites metro panels, hoardings for Metro lines in Delhi

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ITPO invites metro panels, hoardings for Metro lines in Delhi

The India Trade Promotion Organisation (ITPO) has invited proposals from media owners and agencies for hiring metro panels, hoardings and unipoles for a period of five months. The media properties to be hired include four hoardings, unipoles and 75 advertising panels inside Metro trains plying on DMRC Lines I, II and III in Delhi.

These properties will be hired for a period of five months from October 16, 2010 to March 15, 2011.

To be eligible for the contract, interested parties must have sole advertisement rights for these properties. The rights should be issued by Delhi Metro Rail Corporation and other concerned agencies. Relevant documents to this effect will have to be submitted along with the proposal.

Under the terms, ITPO would prefer DAVP approved rates for hiring these displays. Therefore, applicants should submit all relevant documents related to rights holding, validity, rentals and DAVP rate approvals (if any). Details related to sizes and locations of the displays should also be submitted.

Interested parties can submit their proposals to ITPO in a sealed envelope addressed to: SD Sharma, Manager, Publicity Division, Pragati Bhavan, Pragati Maidan, New Delhi- 110 001. The duly completed proposals should reach the above mentioned office latest by 3 pm on September 16, 2010.


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