Fidelity Bank has once again, announced another batch of 17 lucky customers as winners in the 4th draw of the Bank’s ongoing “Save for Gold” promotion held in Sunyani in the Brong Ahafo Region.
The first winner Mensah Herbert Amponsah of the Ridge Towers branch will receive 3 gold coins, Osman Hosowu Yaw Jamal of the Tudu branch will also receive 2 gold coins and the remaining 15 winners will receive a gold coin each.
Officiated by the National Lotteries Authority, these lucky customers will receive their gold prizes from their respective branches nationwide.
Speaking at the draw ceremony, Mr. Edward Opare Donkor, Chief Operating Officer at Fidelity Bank, stated that the Bank has so far rewarded a total of 68 customers since the beginning of the draw and it is the hope of the bank to reward over hundred customers by the end of the promo.
“We launched the Save for Gold promotion in August 2015 and we are proud to announce that we have diligently rewarded 68 customers in four draws with the help of the National Lotteries Authority. We are grateful to these customers for choosing to bank with us. As we are gradually approaching the end of the promotion, I will call on customers to strengthen their savings habit to stand a chance of winning in the next two draws thus the 5th and the grand draw respectively. The ultimate winner in the grand draw will win a 1kg 24 carat gold bar, second person will win a 500 grams 24 carat gold bar and the third person will also walk away with a 250 grams 24 carat gold bar. It could be anyone across our branch network nationwide.”
The Fidelity Bank Save for Gold promotion is in partnership with the National Lotteries Authority on the Caritas Lottery Platform. Customers can join the promotion by depositing and maintaining a minimum balance of 300 Cedis in their accounts for at least a month..
Mr. Opare Donkor also used the occasion to thank Fidelity Bank customers in the Brong-Ahafo region for doing business with the Bank over the years adding that the Bank currently has 4 branches in the region and will continue to grow in the coming years.
Credit: Fidelity Bank