Posted: Thursday 3rd July 2014 at 15:52 pm

Societe Generale Holds ‘Power of GH¢250′ Mini Draw

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Samuel Nyavor, Regional Head of the NLA, (4th from left), chief of Bomsu in Kumasi(5th), Obed Hoyah, Head of Retail Distribution for SG Ghana, Kwaku Tweneboah- Kodua, Head of Retail and Fred Addy, Head of Marketing

Societe Generale Ghana has held its first mini draw to reward loyal customers in the ‘Power of GH¢250′ Deposit and Win promotion, which it launched in May this year.

The colourful ceremony saw 30 lucky customers taking home wonderful prizes including a Samsung Galaxy S5, washing machines, 32″ LED Digital Television, Samsung Tab 3 7.0″ Lite, refrigerator and  smartphones.

The ‘Power of GH¢250′ deposit promo raffle draw seeks to reward existing customers, new customers for choosing Societe Generale Ghana as their financial partner.

The bank also encouraged customers gradually build up their account balance.

Speaking at the event, Head of Retail Banking of Societe Generale Ghana, Kwaku Tweneboa-Kodua, congratulated all customers, who deposited an amount of GH¢250 to participate in the draw.

He encouraged them to continue to keep Societe Generale Ghana as their preferred banking partner.

Under the package, Mr Tweneboa-Kodua said customers were to deposit a minimum amount of GH¢250 into their Societe Generale Ghana savings account between now and 22nd August 2014 to earn electronic points.

The more a customer saves without withdrawing from the savings account, the higher their chances of winning any of the wonderful prizes to be given out today and in future draws. There is also GH¢75,000.00 up for grabs in the final draw.

The NLA applauded Societe Generale for taking advantage of the platform offered under the Caritas medium of the NLA.

‘All the data has been checked and meet the standard set by the NLA for corporate institutions using the Caritas draw.’

Societe Generale Ghana also boasts of innovative products such as the regular savings accounts, My First Account, which is designed to help parents save for children below 18, Account for students aged 18+, Smart Saver, which provides insurance protection for account holders and two other members of their family, as well as Super Saver Account, which is high-interest bearing.

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