Out of the 15 customers, four walked away with the latest Samsung smartphones, three with large screen television sets and eight with gift vouchers.The promo, which was unveiled on July 14, 2019, is expected to run until February 2020 when a grand draw will be held.
Three customers will each win a new Suzuki Balenos vehicle.
Benefit of saving
At the draw in Accra last week, the Deputy Managing Director of the bank, Mr Ernest Kuetche, stated that the bank would continue to drive its customers to experience the benefit of saving.
That, he said, would enable the customers to grow their funds for the future.
“Whether it is savings or loans, insurance or online banking, SG Ghana listens to its customers and continues to stand strong while others fade away.
“We go from strength to strength only because our customers go from financial strength to financial strength.
In 43 years, no matter how our name has changed, the fundamental truth of SG Ghana stays the same, the customer is the only starting point,” he said.
According to him, “the customer is the future and our job is to make sure that he or she can trust us completely to help make their financial dreams come true with this ‘Deposit and Win’ promotion.”
“We have encouraged our customers to save in order to have funds to make their dreams come true while earning rewards for this.
“As I have said before, I am so thrilled to see the highly positive response from our customers, as well as new clients who have joined us to take part in this campaign,” he added.
The Head of Retail Business of the bank, Mr Obed Hoyah, congratulated all the winners and urged customers who wanted to save with the bank to deposit a minimum of GH?200 to be able to participate in the competition.
“Interested parties will not only have the chance to win, they will also not lose their deposits; they will keep their funds and earn interest at highly competitive rates.
“So if you are not a customer, just step into a branch, open an account and deposit for your chance and enjoy better interest rates on your hard-earned funds,” he added.