Aircel Unveils The Logo For ‘Aircel Chennai Open 2010’

By November 10th, 2009 AT 7:16 PM
Aircel Unveils The Logo For 'Aircel Chennai Open 2010'
(From L to R): Mr. Anil Khanna; Mr. M A Alagappan;Mr. Gurdeep Singh, COO, Aircel, Mr. Karti P Chidambaram

Aircel,today announced and Unveiled the Logo for Aircel Chennai Open 2010.Aircel is the title sponsor for Chennai Open and has associated with India’s largest ATP Tennis Tournament.

Mr. Gurdeep Singh, COO, Aircel said, “Aircel is proud to be associated with Chennai Open, India’s Largest ATP Tennis Tournament. This not only touches a chord with our High Net worth consumers but also promotes Tennis at the National Level.

The Aircel Chennai Open Logo is an amalgamation of Tennis and Aircel signifying their coming together. The Ball represents Tennis and the Vibrant Aircel Logo with three swishes represents Simplicity, Creativity and Trustworthiness.”

Mr. Ravi Krishnan, Managing Director and Sr Vice President, IMG South Asia said, “The Chennai Open has been India’s largest tennis event since 1996 and this ATP event has attracted some of the best names in tennis circuit. The new logo and the website mark the evolution of this annual event in its new avatar as Aircel Chennai Open 2010.”

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