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i-Next comes up with a ‘Miraculous 11’ advertising offer

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i-Next comes up with a ‘Miraculous 11’ advertising offer

i-Next, the bilingual compact daily from Jagran Prakashan Ltd, has come up with advertising offer called ‘Miraculous 11’. As per the scheme, clients will be proposed different ideas of getting their ads printed on full pages at very affordable prices. The offer is valid across all the 12 i-Next cities – Agra, Allahabad, Bareilly, Dehradun, Gorakhpur, Jamshedpur, Kanpur, Lucknow, Meerut, Patna, Ranchi and Varanasi – for 11 days.

Speaking on this initiative, Ajwindera Sandhu, National Sales Head, i-Next, remarked, “With the Miraculous 11 offer, i-Next is giving its advertisers ‘never-before, never-after’ rates and promising them a great start to 2011. This offer is a token of our appreciation for the continued faith and patronage of our multiple business associates. We hope that our association grows and prospers in the days to come.”

Rohit Mehrotra, Sales Head, i-Next, added here, “Certain categories that have still not tried us will also get a chance to reach untapped markets and prospective consumers in the form of reaching our readers at very affordable rates.”

Marking the numerologically auspicious date of 11.1.11, this offer will prevail for 11 days - from January 11 to 21, 2011.

Awarded by WAN-IFRA, the apex body of all print products worldwide, for its school-level reader connects activation of Health-Meter, i-Next is focusing on providing the cost effective medium of advertising. The scheme is targeted at the evolved, up-market, youthful urban audiences of 12 north Indian cities.

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