Access Bank “Change Your Level” promo has rewarded 15 customers in the second mini-draw with amazing prizes.
Mr. Humphrey Awuletey Williams, a customer with the Airport branch of the bank, was the proud recipient of a brand new Hyundai Accent after emerging tops in the second mini-draw.
The other fourteen winners, including Mr. Darku Kweku Barima, who received a flat screen LED TV, were rewarded with tablets, smart phones and rechargeable lamps.
Presenting the prizes to the winners, Mr. Kameel Adebayo, Executive Director for Operations and IT, who represented the Managing Director, reiterated the need for a better savings culture among Ghanaians.
He added: “Our promotions over the years have been used to encourage our customers to make savings a habit. Putting little sums of money away is good and helps to cushion us for those unexpected life situations which tend to put a lot of stress on our finances”.
Mr. Adebayo further highlighted the bank’s effort at promoting a cashless society through its various products and services, saying, “We have in the past year continued to increase investments in high-end technoligical infrastructure. Our objective is to drive cashless transactions and move people away from the banking halls”.
The Group Head of Personal Banking at Access Bank, Mr. Stephen Abban, used the occasion to announce the extension of the promo to February 15, 2016.
“There are many out there who are yet to join the promo and we believe that after rewarding these amazing prizes in the second draw, a lot more people will respond,” he said.
In December last year, Mr. Rajeshkumar Pravinbhai Soni with the Tarkwa branch of the bank emerged winner of the all-expense paid vacation for a family of four to Dubai.
With both prizes gone in the two mini draws, customers who deposit a minimum of GH¢200 in their account while maintaining a balance of GH¢500 or more stand to win the ultimate prize of a plush three-bedroom house fitted with a complete kitchen, air-conditions and automated gate.
The promotion launched in September last year, is in partnership with the National Lotteries Authority (NLA) under the Caritas platform, Saka Homes and Stallion Motors Gh. Limited.—GNA