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Naidu tells TBZ to expand in AP and help promote tourism news
25 October 2002
Hyderabad: Tribhovandas Bhimji Zaveri (TBZ), one of India's largest and most reputed superstores in gold and diamond jewellery, was told by Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Nara Chandrababu Naidu to expand in the state by opening several franchisee outlets.

By expanding in the state, he urged them to help the state in its efforts to promote tourism. Naidu told this to the visiting staff members of the TBZ, when a team lead by TBZ corporate general manager R K Nagarkar called on him on the eve of successfully completing one year of its operations in Hyderabad.

The delegates congratulated Naidu for the overall development of the state. Naidu replied back saying it was only the beginning, and a lot more developments will take place in the immediate future. He added that it is his dream to see AP as the best state in the country. Naidu had assured the visiting dignitaries all the help from the state government. The team was with Naidu for five minutes on 24 October at the Telugu Desam Party office here at Banjara Hills.

The TBZ team, comprising Pramesh Choksi (in-charge of Hyderabad operations) and Abbas K Merchant (management consultant of the organisation), appraised Naidu about how the journey of TBZ began in 1864 and how it has been serving the customers with pure and elegant jewellery in gold and diamond.

TBZ is the largest professionalised jewellery superstore in India and has its brand in Hyderabad. The classy and modern store located at Greenland Road, Punjagutta, is spread over an area of 3,500 sq ft. It is modelled on the lines of TBZ's successful Mumbai showroom with separate areas for diamond and gold jewellery. The showroom displays breathtaking variety of affordable gold and diamond jewellery appealing to every strata of the society.

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Naidu tells TBZ to expand in AP and help promote tourism