May 12, 2009, 7:23 AM
The fourth monthly draw for the Standard Chartered Bank 'Together to Win' campaign was held on 30 November at its
The Bank's Head of Consumer Banking, Musa Jallow, in his opening speech, thanked customers for their participation.
Clients' support to the bank has been tremendous, he said, adding that they have supported the campaign throughout its period so far.
He reminded customers that the concept of this campaign is to recognize and reward customers for their loyalty to the bank.
Customers will get coupons for every D10,000 they deposit into their accounts. These funds must stay in the account for at least a month to be eligible for that months' draw.
Customers who have existing balances of D10,000 or more will also be eligible. The bank also encourages customers to introduce their friends and family to the bank and its services and products. "If you introduce someone and they become eligible, you become eligible too," he said.
He added that the mega draw at the end of the campaign has a grand prize of a D1m investment account. In order to qualify for this draw, customers need to deposit a total of GMD200,000 which should stay in the account for at least three months.
Prizes were presented to the winners of the 3rd monthly draw held in October.
This time, the winners of the draw were: Sulayman Touray, who won a QCELL Muslim Phone; Buba Barrow, a QCELL Dual SIM Phone; Sainabou Jammeh a QCELL USB Data Card, Bakalilu Kebbeh a QCELL Laptop with a USB Data Card; and Harriet Sonko a QCELL 32” Plasma TV with a Home Surround System.
Their prizes will be presented to them later in December when the bank holds its 5th monthly draw.
Humphrey Mukwereza, the Bank's CEO, in his closing speech, congratulated all the winners. He said he was sure the winners would find their gadgets very useful.
He said they had seen a lot of enthusiasm for this campaign, adding that they "are looking forward to the mega draw when one of their customers will win a one million dalasi investment account."
He urged all customers to continue to increase their balances and thanked them again for their participation.