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Ola app offers customers chance to win free yoga session

India Blooms News Service | | 20 Jun 2015, 03:21 am
Kolkata, June 19 (IBNS): Ola, a mobile app for personal transportation, will offer customers a chance to win a free yoga session, this International Yoga Day.
This initiative will let anyone in Kolkata to participate in a contest with a chance to win a free ride to a free yoga session on Sunday June 21, which has now been commemorated as the International Yoga Day by the United Nations. 
 
Same offer is valid for cities life Bangalore, Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Hyderabad, Jaipur Ahmedabad, Chandigarh and Indore.
 
To participate in the contest, customers will have to log on to their Ola app anytime between 18th to 20thJune, head to Ola Money section and then type ‘YOGA’ in the ‘USE RECHARGE CODE’ segment. On entering the code, they qualify to participate in the contest. Winners of this contest will be informed via email on 20th June 2015. They can book their yoga session at their preferred time and venue and the credit for their free ride of Rs 250 will be added to their Ola money account. 
 
Anand Subramanian, Director of Marketing Communications, Ola said, “Today, the world has come together to celebrate the benefits of yoga as a holistic approach to health and well-being. We have partnered with some of the best yoga studios in ten major cities to help introduce Yoga among users of the Ola app. We believe this will help them take a positive step forward in their personal well-being.”