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Central Org for Railway Electrification opens ad pitch

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Central Org for Railway Electrification opens ad pitch

The Central Organisation for Railway Electrification (CORE), Allahabad has invited advertising agencies for a one-year empanelment, according to reliable industry sources.

Agencies that are fully accredited to INS (Indian Newspaper Society) and have been registered and in existence for a minimum period of one year as on January 1, 2011, are eligible to take part in the pitch.

Sources also stated that the applicant agencies are required to have a minimum annual turnover of Rs 21 lakh during the last three financial years and current year from print media advertising business.

Interested agencies must have their registered office in Allahabad in an area authorised for running commercial activity. While those having a full-fledged office at Lucknow and Gorakhpur will be given preference for the empanelment.
Application forms can be purchased from the office of the CPRO, 1 Nawab Yusuf road, Allahabad or downloaded from the website.


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