Big Bazaar & fbb celebrate Prathamashtami with offers galore Embrace a new family with love and gifts on Children’s Day

Bhubaneswar: Big Bazaar brought a smile to the faces of a bunch of underprivileged kids this Children’s Day. The leading hypermarket chain from Future Group joined the people of Odisha in celebrating Prathamashtami, a festival focused on celebrating the eldest child of the family, with new clothes for needy children and a raft of exciting offers in all the 12 Big Bazaar and 2 fbb stores across the state.
Following the tradition of Prathamashtami celebrations, Big Bazaar played maternal uncle to 30 in-need children supported by NGOs, as store staff at the Esplanade One Mall Big Bazaar outlet in the state capital distributed bright new garments to the delighted kids. They were then taken around the store and offered enduri pitha to mark the special occasion.
All Big Bazaar stores in Odisha have announced attractive offers to shoppers on the occasion of Prathamashtami. One key offer is: Get Rs 6500 worth luggage trolley at Rs 1999 or dinner set worth Rs. 1445 at Rs 599 on shopping worth Rs 2000.
Big Bazaar stores in Bhubaneswar are in Forum Mart, Kharvel Nagar, Maruti Mall, Patia, Krishna Plaza, Naya Pally beside ISKCON Temple, Main Road, Esplanade One, Rasulgarh. The newly-opened stores are in DN Regalia, DN Square, Kalinga Vihar, Patrapada and Symphony Mall, Pahala.
The other Big Bazaar stores in Odisha are located in Darga Bazaar, Cuttack, City Centre, Near Sanjeevani Hospital, Sambalpur, opposite Manmohan Mee School, Sarbahal Road, Jharsuguda, Shanti Towers (Old Razzaq Talkies), Main Road, Rourkela, Kashvi Mall, Mining Road, opposite Law College, Kendujhar, Guru Empires, Grand Road, Near Town Police Station, Puri.
The two exclusive fbb stores are at Satyam Shivam Sundaram, 97 Janpath Road, Bhubaneswar and SGBL Square Mall, Durga Devi Complex, Town Hall Road, Cuttack.
Speaking on Big Bazaar’s Prathamashtami celebrations, Mr. Manish Agarwal, CEO, East Zone- Big Bazaar says, “Big Bazaar has always considered our customers family members and we are delighted to welcome these children to our store on Children’s Day. We invite everyone to visit our stores during this auspicious occasion of Prathamashtami. Our stores are ready to serve the people of Odisha with special Prathamashtami items and it is a genuine effort toward providing maximum convenience to our customers.”
In another event this Children’s Day, held on the premises of Text Book Press Nodal High School, Bhubaneswar, Big Bazaar handed out food items to 400 disadvantaged children under the aegis of Leap Consulting, a social enterprise focused on human resource development. The occasion was graced by Bhubaneswar MP Smt. Aparajita Sadangi.

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