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Karnataka Cricket Assoc invites bids for in-stadia ad rights at Chinnaswami Stadium

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Karnataka Cricket Assoc invites bids for in-stadia ad rights at Chinnaswami Stadium

The Karnataka State Cricket Association (KSCA), Bangalore, has invited bids from eligible ad agencies for giving out in-stadia ad rights for three international matches to be held at the Chinnaswami Stadium. The first match is to be considered is the fourth ODI between India and New Zealand, to be held on December 7, 2010. The earnest money deposit (EMD) required for this tender is Rs 10 lakh.

Successful bidders shall be allotted advertisement spaces under two categories – ‘Ground level’ and ‘Above Ground level’.

The applicants shall be required to submit the applicable EMD of Rs 10 lakh by a bank draft or pay order from any scheduled bank. The bank draft/ pay order should be drawn in favour of KSCA, payable at Bangalore.

The tender forms can be downloaded from the website. Sealed tenders must be accompanied by a demand draft of Rs 10,000, favouring Secretary, KSCA, Bangalore, towards the cost of the tender form.

Duly completed tender forms must reach the office of the Karnataka State Cricket Association, M Chinnaswamy Stadium, MG Road, Bangalore – 560 001, latest by 3 pm on November 17, 2010. The tenders will be opened on the same day at 5 pm.


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