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MENAFN - Muscat Daily - 11/05/2014
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(MENAFN - Muscat Daily) Bank Muscat, the flagship financial services provider in Oman, in association with Visa, is all set to announce the second batch of 23 winners to experience the thrills and excitement of the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil.

In all, 66 all-expenses-paid packages are on offer for al Mazyona customers, credit and debit cardholders, asalah Priority Banking and mobile banking customers to witness the 2014 FIFA World Cup matches, including the finals, in Brazil. In the first draw, 16 customers won the packages. The exciting promotion started on February 1 and runs till May 31.

The all-expenses- paid 2014 FIFA World Cup packages include airline tickets, match ticket, four-day and three-night hotel accommodation and sight-seeing in Brazil. Bank Muscat, in association with Visa, has been granted an exclusive positioning among 20 global banks chosen as official Retail Bank of 2014 FIFA World Cup.

Bank Muscat is the only financial institution in Oman to receive this unique privilege. Meanwhile, the Play the Ball' social media contest launched by the bank as part of the 2014 FIFA World Cup is wrapping up and the grand prize winner will be announced soon. Bank Muscat has lined up a series of campaigns and activities to build up and sustain the 2014 FIFA World Cup excitement in Oman.

Branded merchandise and memorabilia, including 2014 FIFA World Cup keychains, football, pens, mascot and trophy are given away during promotional activities in malls and hypermarkets. The 2014 FIFA World Cup marketing promotional campaign by the bank is built up on the powerful articulation of the theme - Bringing You the Colours of the World'.

The campaign rationale is centred on Oman as a colourful nation with a high passion for football and the 2014 FIFA World Cup offering a unique opportunity for citizens and residents in Oman to express their passion for football through their support of the colours of the 32 playing nations.<


 


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