Vodafone Drive into the Big League Zooms Ahead

By September 12th, 2011 AT 11:52 AM

Vodafone Essar, one of India’s leading telecommunications service providers, in its run up to the much awaited Motor sporting event in India, has received an overwhelming response for its Drive into the Big League campaign.

Within 10 days, Vodafone has received more than 10,000 entries from SMEs across India. Looking at the phenomenal response, Vodafone has extended the last date of registration from September 7th to September 25th, 2011.

The ‘Vodafone Drive into the Big League’ extends a lifetime opportunity to Small & Medium enterprises (SME’s) to have their logo on the Vodafone McLaren Mercedes cars that will race at the motor racing event to be held in Noida from 28th to 30th October 2011.

Enterprises with a turnover greater than INR 10 crores and less than INR 250 crores & a total employee base of less than 1000 are eligible to participate.

Shortlisted finalists will present their cases to an esteemed panel of experts where they will debate on a live television show for the coveted top spot.

Vodafone Drive into the Big League has attracted SME’s across Indian markets like Orissa, Chennai, Haryana, Gujarat, Karnataka and Delhi NCR which are considered as primary hubs for SME’s.


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