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Panipat Municipal Corporation invites tender for wide range of OOH properties

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Panipat Municipal Corporation invites tender for wide range of OOH properties

The Panipat Municipal Corporation has invited sealed tenders offering ad rights on a wide range of outdoor media properties at different locations. The media properties being offered include 53 unipoles, 30 hoardings, 10 mobile vans, 1,054 kiosks and 200 banners at different locations. The contract shall be awarded for a period of three years.

As per the tender notice, the specified sizes of the unipoles and hoardings shall be 20” x 10” and 30” x 15”, respectively. The tender forms can be obtained from the office of Municipal Corporation till 5 pm, August 9, 2010, on payment of Rs 2,000.

The applicants shall be required to deposit an earnest money of Rs. 50 lakh through a demand draft drawn in favour of commissioner, Municipal Corporation along with the application. This EMD shall be converted into an interest free security deposit.

The contract shall be valid for three years from the starting date of the contract. The applicants shall be required to submit the duly completed tenders at the office of commissioner, municipal corporation, Panipat on August 10, 2010 up to 3 pm.


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