CERA OOH Campaign in Kochi Kerala

 CERA OOH Campaign in Kochi Kerala
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Cera Sanitaryware initiates OOH campaigns in prominent cities & junctions across the state. Aim Ads & Events Company is in charge of the campaign. Cera Sanitaryware said that the OOH campaign will definitely be productive in taking the brand to more people.

CERA earlier used to be part of several events and expo so as to reach their target audience. Now with the pandemic situation and restrictions to such events have forced them to explore other branding and advertising options

Trivandrum Cosmo JN – Pattom

Pattom is a dense residential suburb of Thiruvananthapuram city in Kerala, India. It is located approximately 4 kilometres north of centre of Thiruvananthapuram. Pattom is largely a residential area, also housing few important administration offices of Kerala State and a few shopping complexes. It has offices of Kerala Public Service CommissionKerala State Planning BoardLife Insurance Corporation of India, Thiruvananthapuram Divisional OfficeLIC Housing Finance Limited, State Resource Centre, District Panjayat Headquarters, Fire and Rescue Department Headquarters, Kerala Co-operative Milk Marketing Federation (Milma), Employees Provident Fund Regional Office and Kerala State Electricity Board. The Traffic Police and Telecommunication department, and the Kerala Science, Technology and Environment Head Office (Sasthra Bhavan) are also located in Pattom.

Pattom is a major stop for buses plying to and from Thiruvananthapuram Central Bus Station and City Bus Station at East Fort. It makes as one of the busy intersections in Thiruvananthapuram with the meeting point of four roads including NH 66 to North Kerala as well as a Road to Kowdiar PalaceTrivandrum International Airport at Shanghumugham is 7 km from here and Thiruvananthapuram Central Railway Station is 4 km away.

CERA Style Studio , 1st Floor, Bay Pride Towers & Mall, Marine Drive, Kochi, Kerala 682031

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South Over Bridge Panapally Nagar Manorama Jn 40 x 25

Panampilly Nagar is a high-end hybrid residential-commercial neighborhood in Kadavanthra region of the city of KochiIndia.[1] It is the most expensive housing colony in Kerala. This place has the highest land value in Kerala after Marine DriveErnakulam and M.G Road, Kochi. It is a busy upmarket residential area in Kadavanthra region just 1 km east of M.G Road, the center of Kochi city.[citation needed]

From M.G Road, Pallimukku junction, one could move through Sahodaran Ayyappan Road and go over the south bridge take a deviation to the right to reach Panampilly Nagar. There are many by lanes in the place of which Panampilly Avenue is the main avenue close to the South Overbridge. Panampilly Nagar falls under Kadavanthra Janamythri Police Station and has its own Post office due to high density population apart from the main one at Kadavanthra.

It’s an area well connected with Kochi Metro Rail, utilizing Kadavanthra metro station for passenger movements.

Thodupuzha 25 x25

Thodupuzha (തൊടുപുഴ) is a municipality in Idukki district in the Kerala state of India, spread over an area of 35.43 km2. It lies on the banks of Thodupuzhayar river which merges with Kaliyar and Kothamangalamar at Muvattupuzha to form the Muvattupuzhayar. Thodupuzha is 57 km (35 mi) from Kottayam and 60 km (37 mi) south east of Kochi. Thodupuzha is 200 km from the state capital, Trivandrum. The geographical classification of the Thodupuzha Region is Malanad or Keezhmalanad.

Thodupuzha is also the name of the river that flows through the town. It is one of the largest towns in the district and is a main commercial center. The town is being modernized with the help of a program sponsored by the World Bank, financing through the Government of Kerala. It was once part of the territory of the princely stateTravancore. It lies in central Kerala, southeast of Muvattupuzha. The Thodupuzha municipality area is characterized by abundant vegetation.

Kazhakuttom was the centre of power for Kazhakuttathu Ugran Pillai who was prominent among the so-called Ettuveetil Pillamar (Pillais from Eight Houses) who rebelled against Travancore King Marthanda Varma in the late 18th century. After defeating Pillai, Varma destroyed his palace and replaced it with a pond. To redeem himself, he built a temple to Krishna nearby. Both the pond and the temple survive.

The Kazhakuttom Mahadeva Temple is believed to be 1000 years old.

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