TASMAC sales have reached an all time blockbuster collections going past the magical 500 crores during the festive season of three day Pongal holidays. Compared to last year, the sales have increased by about 10 percent. There are about 5000 TASMAC outlets in TN and they are the major sources of income of the TN govt.
During Diwali 2018, TASMAC had defeated the flop movie Sarkar as it collected a whopping 328 crores, and now during Pongal, the collections are 175 crores more than the previous festival.
With the festive days offering extra holidays its usual for drinkers to queue up in TASMAC. Pongal day alone collected 209 crores, and Thivalluvar day of January 16 being a TASMAC holiday again 17 January had a huge rise in the collection. Due to the government's extended 6 day Pongal holidays, TASMAC collections have reached to the massive number of 500 crores.
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