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Sierra Leone News: Standard Chartered Bank organises first mini-raffle

On Monday evening, 27 August 2018, Standard Chartered Bank held its first mini-raffle draw of “the Liverpool number campaign 2018”, at the Bank’s main branch on Lightfoot Boston Street in Freetown. Fifty account holders of both visa platinum and debit cards won various prizes.
The prizes included; rice cookers, 32-inch plasma television sets, Sony microwaves, a day with your family at Radisson Blu Hotel and a host of other items. Only the account numbers of the winners were announced and winners were not even present during the raffle draw.
Prior to the draw, the Acting Head of Retail Banking at Standard Chartered Bank, Isatu Ruth Saquee, outlined the terms and conditions to qualify for the draw. She said the existing clients of Standard Chartered Sierra Leone are eligible to participate in the campaign by spending Le3 million monthly and maintaining a monthly balance before 3 October 2018 to qualify for the trip for a Liverpool Football Club match.
She underscored that qualified clients will be entered into three monthly draws to win the various items, plus a match ticket in month three for a league game in November, which includes free round trip economy flights (Freetown – Manchester), for a two-night stay at Liverpool Hilton Hotel, return airport transfer to the hotel and a stadium tour.
According to the CEO of Standard Chartered, Idrissa Kamara, “With the LFC campaign’s first live raffle draw, we remain committed to make banking more exciting by giving our customers a second chance to win the ultimate grand prize an exclusive VIP trip to Anfield, to watch Liverpool FC match.
He said the bank has had a long and unbroken history of banking operations in Sierra Leone. He cited that since 2010, they have been the main sponsor of Liverpool football club, adding that their partnership continues to provide valuable support to charitable initiatives.
He said such campaign is their unique way of making saving more exciting by giving their esteemed visa debit card holders more value for money, which he said by so doing they are also creating financial inclusion for potential customers in the wider community and enabling deeper engagement with stakeholders.
By Mohamed J. Bah
Wednesday August 29, 2018.

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