Business News of Fri, 19 May 20170
Three customers rewarded at the first monthly draw of the Stanbic Save and Win Big campaign
Three lucky customers of Stanbic Bank have received amazing prizes at the first monthly draw of the Save to Gain Campaign.
Rita Rockson, the ultimate winner for the month walked away with GHS10, 000, while Anyamesem Kusi the first runner-up and Naana Nkrumah, 2nd runner-up received a 32-inch LED TV and an iPhone 7 respectively.
These monthly draws will be carried out every month throughout the campaign period to give a chance to all depositors to be rewarded for their behavior change.
The Save to Gain Campaign is an initiative intended to encourage a savings culture among Ghanaians. By making multiple deposits of GHC500 in their Pure Save account between 3rd April and 2nd August 2017, customers stand a chance of winning a grand prize of GHC100, 000.
The campaign will also see depositors winning other goodies during the weekly draws. The five highest depositors in this campaign will win commemorative gold coins while several others will receive consolation prizes worth over GHC40, 000.
Nana Dwemoh Benneh urged existing and prospective customers to join in the campaign.
“Stanbic is a bank of values and we are committed to ensure a free and fair campaign,” he said. “In order to ensure that there was no bias, the draw was subjected to rigorous checks by Caritas and National Lottery Authority.”
Eugene Ocansey, Head of Channels, Stanbic Bank Ghana, said, “the message we are sending out is that everybody can and should save.
At the end of the day, our focus is beyond the ultimate prize. Even though we have a very big prize, we want to see more Ghanaians saving at the end of the campaign period.”
Pleasantly surprised, the winners promised to refer the campaign to their family and friends
Aside the Pure Save Account, Stanbic Bank has a myriad of products and services aimed at ensuring their customers’ lives are made much easier.
These include the multi-currency money wallet, unsecured personal loans and the EduPlan, which helps parents provide an uninterrupted quality education for their wards to the highest level.