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US-based Indian community associations support Glorious India Expo

Glorious India Expo, planned as the largest Indian Exhibition in USA, has gathered support from many US-based Indian Community Associations.

Glorious India Expo, planned as the largest Indian Exhibition in USA, has gathered support from many US-based Indian Community Associations.

North American Telugu Association (NATA), Rajasthan Association of North America (RANA), Maharashtra Mandal of New York (MMNY) and Cultural Association of Bengal (CAB) are among the prominent names who have committed their strong support to the event. Other Associations who have joined the list are Gujarati Association of New York, Karnataka Cultural Organization, Brindavana (KCOB) and Orissa Society of Americas (OSA).


“This is a very significant development as support from such leading Associations implies high footfall to the event. These Associations comprise high net worth individuals, many of them working at senior positions in big companies whereas others engaged in businesses. We expect at least 25,000 NRI visitors to the event due to these partnerships. At the same time, our aggressive advertising campaign in the US will ensure higher footfall overall,” said the official of Praveg Communications, the organizing company.

All community Associations will get an opportunity to demonstrate their culture at the Glorious India Cultural programme in front of 5,000 august audience comprising NRIs from various Indian states, business persons from US and India, bureaucrats and political dignitaries.