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MENAFN - Muscat Daily - 06/05/2014
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(MENAFN - Muscat Daily) Bank Sohar is continuing its bank-wide tour to promote Al Mumayaz Savings Scheme 2014. This time, it held the RO5,000 weekly draw at its Al Khoudh branch, after having successfully conducted the previous draws in MBD, Barka, Qurum and privilege banking branches.

The aim of the tour is to visit all Bank Sohar branches during the course of the year to promote the scheme and its many benefits. On May 1, Abdullah bin Saif al Sulaimani from the bank's Nizwa branch won RO5,000 as part of Al Mumayaz Savings Scheme Weekly Draw.

The draw was presided over by Sheikh Ali Mubarak al Turaifi, Bank Sohar VIP customer. Bank Sohar's VIP customers along with the bank's executive and senior management, including Mazin Mahmood al Raisi, AGM and head of marketing and publicity, Redha al Lawati, head of retail liabilities and Moza Humaid Said al Mamary, manager, Al Khoudh branch, were present to welcome the chief guest and witness the draw.

The event began with an overview of the Al Mumayaz Savings Scheme 2014 by Lawati, Head of Retail liabilities. Turaifi then conducted the draw to announce the winner. R Narasimhan, DGM and head of retail banking, commented, ''We are committed to providing excellence in all our products and services whilst finding better ways to encourage the habit of savings among our customers and the community.

''This is why we launched the Al Mumayaz Savings Scheme 2014 with an entirely new prize structure encompassing a wider pool of customers and a significantly larger number of draws, including hourly, weekly, monthly, mid-year and year-end prizes. We are extremely pleased with the positive response the scheme received and would like to offer our heartiest congratulations to the winners so far.''

The Al Mumayaz Savings Scheme 2014 has been specifically tailored to meet different segments of the society with different capabilities of saving thereby ensuring that everyone gets a fair chance to win.

 


Muscat Daily




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