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RCB is Game for Green are you?
Small steps that you can take to help RCB in this Noble Cause!!

Step 1: Champion the RCB Green Initiatives at your locality- Create Awareness about RCB Go Green Initiative and increase the RCB fans count

Step 2: Participate in all RCB Green Initiatives online as well as ask your friends & Family to do the same

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Green Match 2013 was a ball! Unfortunately, we suffered our first loss at home this season, but we won the hearts of many with our green initiatives. Keep watching this space for more on what happened at the green match! read more

RCB took the field for the 6th time at home, keen to defend its unbeaten run at home. On a day when the clouds loomed large, PWI captain Aaron Finch chose to bowl after winning the toss. Sandalwood star Sanjana was present at the toss, and gave the saplings to the captains, who signed and exchanged them.
The skies did open up briefly but the actual showers began when Chris Gayle decided to begin his onslaught. What transpired in the next 20 overs would stay etched in everybody’s memories for a lifetime. Not a single soul moved from the seat when the Caribbean Giant was batting. During the brief rain break, audiences in the owner’s lounge indulged in making pledges and sticking them to the pledge tree. A number of people also got their carbon footprint calculated aswell and vowed to honour their pledges after coming across the results.
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After the game ended with Chris Gayle’s theatrical over, people headed home, utilizing the special BMTC bus services and carpool service provided by RCB.
See you at the next game against KXIP, which also happens to be the green match. As a symbol of commitment to green and a token of acknowledgement and appreciation of the green efforts by the fans, RCB players wear a Green Jersey instead of the usual red and gold jerseys. Turn up in green to show your support towards RCB’s green cause.
Be prepared for a lot of surprises in the stadium. Log onto http://bit.ly/10t7tqM for making use of the
special travel services brought to you by RCB.
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So, after a thrilling last ball encounter against Dhoni’s
CSK, RCB was back at its home ground to take on Delhi Daredevils. The game was
being really looked forward to after the disappointing result at Chennai. The
match was played in front of an almost packed stadium and went right down to
the wire. It took a super-over to decide, which of the teams was better on the
Before the game began, the audiences were visibly impressed with
a video, played on the big screen, that showcased RCB’s various green initiatives. The teams took the field after the toss and the
customary exchange of sapling thereafter. The players could be seen sporting
the green ribbons during the game in support of RCB’s green initiatives. The
audiences in the owner’s lounge were quite intrigued by the pledged tree and a
number of them kept flocking the area.After the intensely fought game was over, people could be
seen utilizing the BMTC’s BIG 10 Service to get back home. Also, the metro
timings have been extended till 12:30 on match days for the convenience of the
See you at the stadium on Saturday when one of the
most-loved Indian cricketers, Rahul Dravid, would take field against his old
team on his home-ground. Make full use of the special bus, cab and metro
services brought to you by RCB. Log on to http://bit.ly/10t7tqM to know more.royal challengers
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RCB’s third home game fell on the
auspicious occasion of Ugadi. The festive atmosphere was further enriched by a
mouth-watering clash between the defending champions, KKR and a team that is
slowly making M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, a
fortress. The game began with the customary signing of the sapling at the toss
by the two captains to show their support to RCB’s green cause. The audiences
in the owners’ lounge looked really excited about the pledge tree and carbon
footprint calculator. A lot of people were intrigued by the amount of emissions
being made.
A very mature and well-paced Chris
Gayle knock settled the matters. Tree pledges.
The next game is against DD. See you then
at the stadium. And don’t you fret over how to get back home after the game vs
DD, because RCB’s got a plan for you. Special BMTC BIG 10 buses are being run
by RCB for IPL games to avoid traffic congestion after the game and help the
audiences reach home conveniently and economically, saving a lot of time, fuel
and money. You can also avail the special carpool services brought you by RCB.

Log on to http://bit.ly/10t7tqM to know more!!

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Green Faqs
  • Carbon Neutral –What?
    The atmosphere has a natural supply of greenhouse gases (GHG). These gases capture heat and keep the surface... read more >
  • Carbon Neutral – Why?
    Every time we travel, watch television, use computers or even have a cricket match, we add greenhouse gases to the atmosphere... read more >
  • Carbon Neutral – How?
    Going Carbon neutral might be a big task but small contributions and efforts we RCB fans make can definitely help RCB in its... read more >
  • Carbon Neutral – When?
    The Game begins this April!! Watchout the RCB Go Green Page for details
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