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Nimbus offers World Cup cricket memorabilia, S. Africa trip

MUMBAI: 'If size does matter, it does not get bigger than this’!

This is the motto of the Nimbus World Cup cricket World Cup Safari contest conceptualised in association with indiantelevision.com as the media partner.

Between 6 to 24 January 2003, the first 25 all correct entries every week will win a World Cup memorabilia pack each and one of these 25 will be picked by a lucky draw for an all expenses (air fare ex Mumbai, hotels, food and beverage, local transfers and match tickets only) paid VIP experience visit to South Africa from 25 February to 3 March; and inclusive of VIP match tickets for the India versus England and India versus Pakistan matches.

"The first cricket World Cup of the new millennium - bigger and better than ever before. In a country where cricket has been and will always be one of the enduring passions for millions of fans - Nimbus brings you the 'once in a lifetime' opportunity to be a part of the sweat, blood and the glory," says Nimbus chairman and MD Harish Thawani. The contest is sponsored by Nimbus Communications Ltd and managed jointly by Nimbus Communications Ltd and its media partner indiantelevision.com.



Internet surfers and visitors (resident Indians) to the indiantelevision.com site can win tickets to the biggest cricketing bonanza of recent times in just 10 minutes. The best part is that there is no entry fee! The contest is open to all employees of AAAI member agencies, ISA member companies and advertisers who have advertised on Doordarshan in the year 2002.

"We are delighted to be a media partner to Nimbus which has been a pioneer in the business of sport marketing in India," says indiantelevision.com founder & CEO Anil Wanvari. "The news and information indiantelevision.com delivers daily serves the needs of television channel executives, media planners & buyers and advertisers, cable TV operators, researchers, students and the authorities located in India and abroad. The partnership with Nimbus is a reaffirmation that we are on the right track."

The weekly contest will run for three weeks from 9am on 6 January 2003 to 6pm on 24 January 2003. Winners will be announced on Indiantelevision.com on 13, 20 and 27 January 2003 and will also be intimated by e-mail.

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