Adding style quotient to festivities
10th September 2019, 03:20 Hrs
India’s leading fashion brand Max Fashion concluded its mega event, Max Goa’s Stylish Ganesh Idol 2019 on September 8 at Mall De Goa, Porvorim. The contest witnessed a total of registrations of approximately 1000 participants and received many innovative pictures of Ganesh idol.
Max Goa’s Stylish Ganesha Idol allows people to showcase their creativity by styling their Ganpati. Interested customers were allowed to participate by following simple two-step process. First step is to register and second is to send images via WhatsApp.
The event witnessed many enthusiastic families with great talent, passion and interest. The registered customers were then shortlisted and invited to meet actor Swapnil Joshi who judged Max Goa’s Stylish Ganesha Idol 2019. Riya Gadekar won the first prize with a gift hamper worth Rs 5000 from the organisers and Siddhi Naik won the second place while Uddesh Sonnaik won the third place at the grand finale.
Piyush Sharma, AVP Max Fashion said, “As this is our 1st edition, we wanted to involve with our customers through innovative, fun and engaging creativities. Goa Stylish Idol contest was specially intended to engage with the families. We have got very good response this year and we see good number of customers participating this year. We hope continue our good work in Goa and keep our standards high to deliver delightful shopping experience for our customers. I hope our customers will continue to love wearing our garments. Keep loving and supporting us.”
Commenting on the grand finale selection, celebrity judge Swapnil Joshi appreciate the concept and execution of the event.
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