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Radio City MQ all set to test music quotient of India’s top honchos with Bangalore regional finals

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Radio City MQ all set to test music quotient of India’s top honchos with Bangalore regional finals

Only two days are left for the regional finals of the corporate music quiz Radio City MQ, to be held in Bangalore on September 28. Leading companies from the fields of technology, banking and advertising, like Infosys, IBM, Accenture, Wipro, TCS, Yahoo!, Technopak, AXIS Bank, SAB Miller, DLF and McCann Erickson have already confirmed their participation in the event. The registrations have been extended to 5.30 pm on September 28.

Speaking on the response received so far, Rana Barua, National Head-Marketing, Radio City, said, “We are overjoyed with the number of entries pouring in for Radio City MQ. As a concept, we were always certain that a corporate music quiz would take off very well with the corporate fraternity. As music experts, Radio City through MQ is providing a unique, innovative and challenging platform for corporates to test their music knowledge.”

The first elimination rounds in Bangalore on September 28 will witness four Bangalore teams qualify for the regional finals. Two top scoring teams from the regional finals in Bangalore and Delhi each will be flown to Mumbai for the grand finale slated for October 12.

The regional finals for Delhi and Mumbai will be held on October 5 and October 12, respectively.

Winners of the first ‘Radio City MQ’ will win holiday packages to exotic Indian destinations, Toshiba laptops, Gibson guitars, eye-wear from Ray Ban, Pierre Cardin watches, GAS designer outfits, adventure packages and more.

With ‘Radio City MQ’, Kingfisher Airlines comes onboard as premium airline partner, while Pierre Cardin Swiss is the official time partner. Gas, Ray Ban, Toshiba and Gibson Guitars are the prize partners, while and Impact are trade partners to the event.


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