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Prabhat Khabar organises consumer fair for its readers in Ranchi

09-September-2006
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Prabhat Khabar organises consumer fair for its readers in Ranchi

In a bid to bond better with its readers, Prabhat Khabar recently organised a consumer fest in Jharkhand. Several well-known companies such as Sunflame, LG Infinity, Maharaja Whiteline, Orient fans, Symphony, Libra Roti Maker, Tata Sky, Aktiv Furniture, Blue Heaven, SBI, Rasna, Sri Guru gifts, Mongia, SRS TMT Bars, and Glenn had set up stalls at the fair.

The fair received good response from the people, with nearly 30,000 visitors every day.

K K Goenka, Vice-President, Prabhat Khabar, said, “We have planned to undertake such an event every quarter, which will draw the sellers and buyers together, and which will also give us a huge potential for brand promotion.”

The fest had the blend of cultural / entertainment activities like fashion shows (for both kids and youth), healthy baby competition and dance / song competitions. The fair also had an informative session on the ‘Right to Information’.

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