An innovator in style and now an innovator in coddling its customers, Madame, a leading brand in women western wear is setting up a Booth of Big FM in its exclusive store at sector 17C market, Near Sindi Sweets, Chandigarh on 24th Dec.09. The RJs of Big 92.7 FM, one of India’s biggest FM radio station will have their studio firmly placed in Madame’s store on 24th Dec., dedicating a day to Madame’s customers by stacking them with several gifts and discounts.
Special chance for girls born on 24th Dec. will rejoice their birthday by availing 15% discount on purchase and an exciting birthday gift along with the wishes from RJ’s of Big FM.
Big FM’s programs will be aired from Madam’s store from 11 AM to 08 PM, which will include interviews of Madame’s designers and the visitors at the store. Request for the favorite foot tapping number will also be a part of this activity.
A spendthrift knows how to enjoy life as they celebrate life and the fact of their existence. Celebrate it with élan now as you can get a chance to be on Big 92.7 FM radio station. The shopaholics who will shop for more than Rs. 5000/-will be interviewed by the RJ’s of Big FM.
Akhil Duggar, Creative Director, Madame says with a poised expression, “Activities like these will give an enjoyable and different shopping experience to our customers by bestowing them with special discounts and what better deal could have been for us than associating with India’s top FM radio station. We have planned a fun ride for the patrons as a reward for being such a loyal and wonderful patron for years now. Our new autumn / winter collection will be on a display which is a blend of style and comfort. This collection is sure to give you the classy winter look.”
Buy your favorite outfit, listen to your favorite numbers and a chance to become famous on radio, all has one destination, Madame’s exclusive store at sector 17C, Near Sindhi Sweets, Chandigarh on 24th Dec. Hurry up!
India Infoline Research Team / 14:59, May 20, 2015
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