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Sprite calls youth to make their move with ‘Teen till I die’

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MUMBAI: Building on its signature Chalo Apni Chaal idea, brand Sprite is inviting teens to unleash their talent and creativity on portals and social networks with the exciting “Teen Till I Die” initiative. 

Spread across four genres - music, dance, art and standup comedy, the nationwide contest will be looking for the most experimental and entertaining performances to spread across the digital world.

Speaking about the initiative, Coca-Cola India VP – marketing Anupama Ahluwalia said, “Teen till I Die” is an initiative launched for all teens to showcase their creative pursuits. Youngsters have this innate vision to see the world full of possibilities which makes them a powerhouse of creativity and gumption. Sprite has always urged teens to bring out this side of them - believe in themselves, have the inventiveness to rise up to challenges and beat all odds. With “Teen Till I Die”, we are opening up opportunities for teens to get noticed for their talent by some of the best in the industry. We have taken the campaign digital as this is the best way to connect with teens and reach out to them.”

The best videos, chosen through popular vote, across popular media including Facebook, Youtube and Channel V will be prmoted by the Spirite team. The top five videos from each category will be judged by a panel of expert judges –Salim & Sulaiman for music, Vir Das for stand-Up, Terence Lewis for dance and  Daku for art.

Started from 1 September, 2013 the “Teen Till I Die” initiative will make its way to over 250 colleges across 24 cities to facilitate participants in the process. The contest will end on 30 September, post which voting on the uploaded videos will begin.

The procedure has been kept simple - the participant just has to shoot their teen video, log on to www.teentillidie.com, upload it and get ready for the showdown. The most popular videos each day will be announced as the ‘Chaal of the day’ and the winner will get to win cool merchandise (Fastrack bags, watches and sunglasses).

The complete digital initiative has been conceptualized and will be executed on ground by Con ten Media. The publication and promotion on the social media will be managed by Web Chutney Studio Private Limited.

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