Campaign India Team
Feb 26, 2010

Internet question: Will you miss Cavelossim beach at Goafest 2010?

In its fifth year, India's most important advertising festival, Goafest will sport the theme of 'Survival of the Freshest'.  Adlanders will celebrate the best of Indian advertising at a brand new venue - Utorda beach in South Goa.The new venue comes on the back of three successive versions of the festival conducted at the previous venue, Cavelossim Beach.We want you to tell us whether the new venue has got you excited. Are you looking forward to heading to Utorda? Or will you miss Cavelossim beach at Goafest 2010?

Internet question: Will you miss Cavelossim beach at Goafest 2010?

In its fifth year, India's most important advertising festival, Goafest will sport the theme of 'Survival of the Freshest'.  Adlanders will celebrate the best of Indian advertising at a brand new venue - Utorda beach in South Goa.

The new venue comes on the back of three successive versions of the festival conducted at the previous venue, Cavelossim Beach.

We want you to tell us whether the new venue has got you excited. Are you looking forward to heading to Utorda? Or will you miss Cavelossim beach at Goafest 2010?

Share your thoughts in the comments box below or mail arcopol@haymarket.co.in.

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Campaign India

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