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Ten lucky customers of the Ghana Commercial Bank (GCB) have been selected in the second draw of the bank’s “30 to Brazil promo” to join the World Cup celebration in Brazil this year.

Thirty others won replica jerseys, footballs and LED TVs.
The second draw covered all entries made between April 3 and April 30, 2014.

The promotion
The promotion, which was launched on March 12 and expected to end on May 31 this year, aims at awarding loyal customers of the bank for their contribution in making the GCB the leading brand in the banking sector in the country.

The winners will enjoy an all-expenses paid trip to support the Black Stars in Brazil during the World Cup competition.

The winners of the second draw include Jemimah Hutchful of the Kasoa branch, Alhaji Rahim Gbadamosi of the Kaneshie Industrial branch, Judy Dadson of the Cape Coast branch, Richard Kwagbenu of the Keta branch and Jonathan Osei Bonsu of the Mpraeso branch.

Others are Stephen Kanyoke Evans of the Kumasi Main branch, Felicia Serwaa Acheampong of the Bechem branch, Anthony Salia of the Takoradi Main branch, Lakshmidhar Sahoo of the Damongo branch and Eugene A. Martinson of the Mampong Akwapim branch.

Head of Consumer Banking
Addressing a brief ceremony in Accra, the Head of Consumer Banking of GCB, Mrs Doris Wunu, said the promo was to help increase the support base of the national team in Brazil.

She indicated that it was again to showcase the potential of brand Ghana to the world as an emerging market with investment opportunities during the football tournament.

“In addition, the promo is being used as a vehicle to express our appreciation to our cherished customers who have been with us all these years and above all have helped us climb to the number one position two consecutive times, in 2012 and 2013,” she added.

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