NephroPlus announces the winners of Guest Got Talent Season-2
National, 20th November, 2019: NephroPlus, India’s largest dialysis center network that is focused at redefining dialysis care, announced the ‘winners’ of the second season of their flagship program ‘Guest Got Talent’, Season 2. The contest, announced in September after the success of the pilot season, was aimed at inviting all dialysis patients to partake in the activity which is centered around providing a unique platform for them to showcase their creativity and talent. This season, the contest drew participation from over 250+ patients, countrywide. Mrs. Hemalata Garg from Indore won the first prize and Dr Ramesh. B. N. from Bangalore won the 2nd prize; the consolation prize went out to ten other contestants.
Amongst the eminent jury present, Radio Jockey, Yash who hosts Adda 943 Show on 94.3 Fever FM selected the winners on the basis of creativity and talent. The First prize winner was awarded a Holiday Dialysis package for 2 people at NephroPlus Holiday dialysis destination (With all expenses included) and the second prize winner was awarded with a special 5 Star dinner for two in Bangalore. While, all the ten consolation prize winners were awarded with gift vouchers.
Speaking about Guest Got Talent- Season 2, Mr. Vikram Vuppala, Founder & CEO, NephroPlus, said, “It gives me immense happiness to see the contestants come forward and participate with such enthusiasm and charisma; for us, each and every participant is a winner. I would also like to congratulate the entire team at NephroPlus for putting in hard work to motivate each participant and for making this activity a success.”
Speaking on the participants at Guest Got Talent, Season 2, Radio Jockey Yash said, “Firstly, I would like to congratulate the winners on their success at the contest. I was overwhelmed to see the energy & zeal amongst the participants despite begin on dialysis. I am glad that companies like NephroPlus believe in encouraging each individual on dialysis to shift their focus from the disease and identify and enjoy what they are good at doing.”