The brand will plant 100 trees every time the ball hits the giant V agarbathis in the stadiumChennai, 6 th July 2022: Cycle Pure Agarbathi, the world’s largest and world’s first certified
carbon-neutral incense brand, is associating with Tamil Nadu Premier League, to fuel the .brand’s passion for cricket. The brand has committed to planting 100 trees every time the ball
strikes the ‘Cycle agarbathi zero carbon’ podium. The trees will be planted in association with Reforest India
“The purpose of Cycle brand is to provide hope for future generations. Sport, especially cricket, is like a religion that unites the nation. It is a pure emotion that resonates with the purity of the ingredients used to make our products. Apart from being ethical, responsible and traceable we
believe in making products that are made in a manner that’s sustainable. To reinforce our commitment to the environment we will plant 100 trees every time the ball hits the giant V agarbathis placed in the stadium. We want to convey the message that when you pray with cycle agarbathis you help make the world a better place. Let’s pray that the ball hits the agarbathi podium, again and again.
” says Mr. Arjun Ranga, Managing Director, Cycle Pure Agarbathi.
Secretary of the Tamil Nadu Cricket Association (TNCA), Mr. R. S. Ramasaamy expressed on the association, “We are glad to have Cycle Pure Agarbathi with the TNPL once again and this
time it will be exciting to see if the big six hitters in the league manage to strike the podium placed by the brand. We will be happy if our league aids the planting of trees around the state
to add to the abundant greenery present in Tamil Nadu.” \
Over the years, Cycle Pure has become a significant supporter of sports in the nation, especially in the local communities of Tamil Nadu. The brand is committed to developing sporting talent
and provide hope to the future generations. The leading puja and prayer essentials brand will be associating for 31 matches starting from 23rd June 2022 till 31st July 2022. The trees will be planted in association with Reforest India.