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Now you can win while listening to music

india Updated: Jan 12, 2007 03:26 IST
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The Capital’s latest radio channel Fever 104 FM has taken the city by storm. It is not only belting out great music, but is also giving its listeners an opportunity to win Rs 1,04,000.

The Fever Bolo contest being run at the radio station has already churned out 11 winners. These include Vinod Kumar, Sachchidanand Sharma, Abhishekh Verma, Dhirender Kumar, Amit Dobhal, Deendayal Singh, Ghazanfur Khan, Baibhav Kumar Trivedi, Naveen Kumar, Ramesh Poddar and Vineet Batra. These winners had to merely answer their phone with ‘I Love Fever 104’ instead of a regular Hi or Hello.

Speaking about the Fever Bolo contest, Karen Sandhu, Group Promotions Director, Virgin Radio International, said, “It’s amazing to see a contest create such a vibe in so short a duration. Our listeners have been really enthusiastic in expressing their love for Fever 104 FM and we are really happy for them. The prize money is also bringing shape to a lot of dreams and aspirations of our listeners.”

While Vinod Kumar, an auditor with MG Mobiles, says he will use the money for his sister’s wedding, Abhishekh Verma, a student of accountancy, will invest it in higher studies. Dhirender, who won on January 10, was ecstatic and is planning to build a house with his cash prize. Amit too was overjoyed and instantly declared that the monies were going to secure him a better education. And as Deendayal Singh plans to invest the money into business, Noida-resident Ghazanfur Khan will use the money to purchase that awaited bike.

Baibhav, who won on January 11, is going to invest the money in the preparation of medical exams, just as Naveen would to take his IIT JEE coaching classes. And we also have young Vineet, who wants to purchase a plasma TV or a car, all with his own sweet money.

Commenting on the contest, Sandhu added, “What started as a fun contest has become a real run for money and we hope to bring the joy of winning to many more of our listeners. So just keep tuning in and declaring your love for Fever 104 FM."

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