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MUMBAI, July 10 (Agencies): India’s leading e-commerce website Snapdeal.com has partnered with sports goods company Stag International to help promote and popularise Table Tennis as a sport in the country through online channels.

With this partnership, Snapdeal.com customers can now buy all sporting products and accessories by Stag International. These products are available under the Sports and Hobbies category. The category also features products across Cricket, Tennis, Squash, Badminton, Football, Basketball, and fitness accessories.

As part of this initiative, Snapdeal.com also conducted a week long online contest for Table Tennis enthusiasts. Winners from this contest won a lifetime opportunity to play a rally with the table tennis legend and 5-times Former World Table Tennis Champion Peter Karlsson in New Delhi/NCR.

Speaking of this initiative, Snapdeal.com Head – Sports & Hobbies Category Amit Monga said, “Stag International being a renowned name in this domain, we are glad to have partnered with them. With this, we are certain that we would be able to reach to a wider audience of sports enthusiasts”.

Commenting on the event, Stag International Vice Chairman Vivek Kohli said, “We are very delighted to invite Peter Karlsson, 5-times Former World Table Tennis Champion to India, to nurture the young talent and promote the game of Table Tennis in the Country. Every table Tennis Fan across the world dreams to play a match with the World Champion and as Peter is in India we at Stag decided to fulfill the dreams of Indian Table Tennis Fans by providing them with such a platform.”


News Updated at : Wednesday, July 11, 2012
 
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