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Aurangabad Municipal Corp invites tenders for ad displays in city

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Aurangabad Municipal Corp invites tenders for ad displays in city

The Aurangabad Municipal Corporation, Aurangabad has invited sealed tenders under the ‘two-cover’ system from experienced advertising agencies for leasing out ad display rights at different locations in the city. These rights are being offered through hoardings, ad-poles and kiosks, which will be erected at public places as per specified list of corporation. The contracts will be offered for a period of three years.

The tenders have been divided into three projects according to the type of media properties. The applicants shall be required to submit separate tenders for each media type.

The earnest money deposit (EMD) required for each media type is Rs 50,000. The EMD will have to be deposited along with the completed bid.

The cost of tender forms specified is Rs 1,500 for each media type. Interested parties can purchase the tender forms along with the relevant details from the Accounts Department, Aurangabad Municipal Corporation head office, Aurangabad, on payment by cash.

Tender forms can be obtained up to October 18, 2010 on all working days. Separate tender forms will be issued for each media type.

Tender forms duly completed in all respects should reach the Accounts Department, Aurangabad Municipal Corporation, Aurangabad, latest by 1 pm on October 19, 2010. The bids will be opened at 3 pm on October 21, 2010.



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