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Prepare to Samba at the 2019 Rio Carnival in Brazil with COLORS INFINITY Odyssey

Participants can also win plenty of exclusive CI Odyssey travel goodies every week

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MUMBAI: Stepping into 2019 with a promise to excite, engage and entertain, COLORS INFINITY announced the second edition of CI Odyssey, one of the India’s biggest travel contest. Giving consumers the opportunity to win a paid trip to the Rio Carnival in Brazil, the channel has now opened its window for aspiring gallivants to book a seat in this life-changing wanderlust–adventure.

Last year’s campaign garnered immense success, where the winner – Purab Saxena won a chance to fulfill his dream of visiting Ushuaia, often considered as the ‘end of the world, beginning of everything’ in Tierra Del Fuego, Argentina.

Thrilled at the announcement of CI Odyssey 2019, Sabrina D’Souza – Head of Marketing, English Entertainment, Viacom18, said, “Establishing its position as the go-to channel for the latest and best in English Entertainment, COLORS INFINITY has further embedded itself as a clutter-breaking brand to not only consumers but to the industry as well. Creating a rapport with our audience, we offer multiple avenues throughout the year for engagement and entertainment, that goes beyond conventional marketing. Yet again through CI Odyssey, COLORS INFINITY will fulfill the innate travel desires of one lucky winner, who will experience the vibrant Rio Carnival and explore the breathtaking sights of Brazil.”

So, if you yearn for sun-soaked beaches, inimitable scenic locales of a city and the pulse of a bustling festival, follow these simple steps to participate;

Step – 1: Log on to any of our official social media handles;

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ColorsInfinity/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/colors_infinity

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/colorsinfinitytv/

Step – 2: Answer as many questions as possible in the next four weeks with a new question everyday

Step – 3: Don’t forget to put the contest hashtag #ToRioWithInfinity

Step – 4: Pack your bags and prepare for RIO

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