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DTDC's corporate customers interact with Delhi Daredevils players, Sourav Ganguly

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New Delhi | Thursday, May 17 2018 IST
DTDC, India's leading express parcel service provider and the official logistics partner of Delhi Daredevils, recently organised an event for its customers with some of the key players from the franchise. The event, held on Wednesday was attended by DTDC's brand ambassador and cricketing legend Sourav Ganguly.

Eminent sports journalist and author Boria Majumdar hosted the event which was attended by key players from the team, including Gautam Gambhir, Glenn Maxwell, Prithvi Shaw, Rishabh Pant, Shreyas Iyer, Sandeep Lamichhane. The players discussed in great detail their journey towards cricketing stardom, and stressed on the importance of remaining humble during moments of great success, according to a company statement on Thursday.

Commenting on the occasion, DTDC Executive Director Abhishek Chakraborty said, "The Customers Event session gave an opportunity for our customers to interact with their favourite cricketing superstars. The presence of our brand ambassador Sourav Ganguly further enhanced the event's magnitude and the customers could be seen visibly excited in the company of such stalwarts. ''UNI RSA SHK 1658

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