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Rajasthan Patrika to bring out the sporting attitude of corporates with Score-08

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Rajasthan Patrika to bring out the sporting attitude of corporates with Score-08

All work and no play can make a professional’s life quite dull. To take care of this aspect, the Patrika Group in Jaipur has embarked on its annual corporate sports event, Score-08, to promote sportsmanship and provide some much needed respite from the stress of corporate life.

Score-08 began on August 30 and the games in various disciplines like cricket, badminton, table tennis, athletics (100 m, 200 m race), and volleyball are being held on Saturdays and Sundays. The games would continue for a period of one and half months.

Owing to its unique concept of bringing together corporate teams Score has become one of the most awaited events in the calendars of corporates in Jaipur. Score invites the professionals to open up their hearts and make a positive effort towards utilising the spirit of sportsmanship inside them.

Welcoming the participants from 80 companies across Jaipur, Dr Arvind Kalia, National Head-Marketing, Rajasthan Patrika, narrated the success tale of Score since its inception in 2004.

Teams from corporates like ICICI, SBBJ, HSBC, Reliance, Tata Motors, Mahindra & Mahindra, Samsung, Onida, LG, Hitachi, Fortis, Airtel, Vodafone, Raymonds, etc. are taking part at the event this year.

Kalia added, “Score not only comes as a refreshing break for professionals to unwind, but also infuses them with a spirit to win, and win with the best of their efforts, everywhere and every time.”


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