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Yahoo! India teams up with Surf Excel for Holi

12-March-2001
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Yahoo! India teams up with Surf Excel for Holi

‘Surf Excel Holi hai na’ is a contest aimed at the festival of colors has been created jointly by Yahoo! India and Surf Excel. The contest can be accessed by logging onto the Yahoo! India site http://www.yahoo.co.in/surfexcel. The ‘Surf Excel Holi hai na!’ contest is aimed at those who love and revel in the festival of colors.

Surf Excel invites you to go ahead and play a colourful Holi without worrying and upload your messiest pictures, taken on Holi onto www.yahoo.co.in/surfxcel. Alternately you can send your pictures to Kaajal Mathur @ Yahoo! India office with your name, address and email id. All the photographs received will be scanned and displayed on the microsite. The messiest snaps will then go on to win Kodak cameras and Surf Excel packs.

There is loads of masti like Holi pranks, Holi games, Holi Greetings and much more on the microsite.

Mr. Deepak Chandnani, Country Head, Yahoo! India, said, “We are happy to join hands with Surf Excel for the ‘Holi hai na!’ contest. The contest is a fun and interesting way of reaching out to millions of people in India and abroad on the occasion of Holi. Over the years people have moved out of their hometowns and away from their near and dear ones. Yahoo! India through these efforts is attempting to bridge the distances and make this Holi a memorable one for all those who love this festival’’.

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