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[Document subtitle] | Public Service Announcement (PSA) Campaign Plan
For: Partex Group |

[Document subtitle] | Public Service Announcement (PSA) Campaign Plan
For: Partex Group |

Course Code & Course Title: MSJ 11345 Created Private Media
Term & Year : Fall 2016

Submitted To : Mohammad Shazzad Hossain
Lecturer, MSJ Department

Submitted By : Muctadir Imam – 131012032 Abdullah All Mamun - 131012056
Sadman Hasan – 131012073

Submission Date: 15th March, 2016

PSA Campaign Proposal

ABC PR Agency

March 15, 2016

Please direct all of your questions or comments at

Contact: 02-9554251
Block: B; Road: 3; House: 73
2 no. Gulshan, Dhaka – 1212

March 15, 2016
The Chairman
Partex Group
74 Bir Uttam A.K. Khandaker Sarak,
Mohakhali C/A, Dhaka - 1212, Bangladesh.
Phone: +8802 8822888
Fax: +880 2 8821888
E-mail: Subject: Proposal for running a PSA campaign for the company
Dear Sir,
With the due respect we are introducing ourselves ABC PR is an integrated agency with offices in Gulshan, driven by 120 creative, smart and sassy brainiest. We have come to know that, this year your company declared five corer taka for CSR. Partex Group wants the whole CSR fund spend run through a PSA campaign. We think, this kind of PSA campaign would be a positive addition to your customer and clients. Also hope that it would be an asset to your company as a whole.
We are very much interested to being with you. According to your budget we make some digital production, telecasting, advertising, scripting…...

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