The excitement of Sohar International Prize scheme draws cheered customers in the Wilayat of Al Suwaiq last week as the Bank celebrated the second monthly draws offering a total prize money of RO 130,000. Two customers from the General category and two from the Wealth Management category shared equally the monthly prize of OMR 100,000. Moreover, the monthly branch draws rewarded 30 customers across the Sultanate who shared equally the cash prize of OMR 30,000.
Delivering on its purpose of enabling people to win, the monthly prize draws’ celebrations were held in Wilayat of Al Suwaiq under the auspices of Sheikh Mohammed Abdulsattar Al Kamali, Deputy Wali of Al Suwaiq. The event was attended by invitee customers from the wilayat and the Bank officials led by Mr Khalil Al Hedaifi, Chief Retail Banking Officer. This year’s second monthly draws revealed the names of four lucky customers; Jamal Al Bulushi and A. D from Wealth Management under the exclusive draws each winning OMR 25,000 whereas M. A. N. and Mubarak Al Ghelani each won OMR 25,000 as part of the general draws. The monthly draws also revealed the names of 30 winners under the Prize | Scheme Monthly Branches Draws.
The ceremony initiated with the screening of Sohar International’s corporate video depicting the journey of winning, guaranteeing more value for stakeholders, customers, community and people to prosper and grow. In his welcome address, Khalil Al Hedaifi, Chief Retail Banking Officer, highlighted the Bank’s achievements and Sohar|Prize scheme which aims at promoting a healthy savings culture in Oman. The entertainment programme included poetry recital and spot prize draws rewarding a number of mothers on the occasion of Mothers’ Day.
Congratulating the winners of the Bank’s popular savings prize scheme, Mr Khalil Al Hedaifi, Chief Retail Banking Officer, said: “Sohar International is committed to promoting and rewarding healthy savings habit with attractive prizes benefiting a large number of customers across the Sultanate. With countless cash prizes lined up throughout the year, the savings scheme fulfils the aspirations of prudent savers with the bank. We encourage all customers to save more to increase their chances of winning in the upcoming weekly, monthly, mid-year and year end prize draws.”
Giving a major thrust to savings, the 2020 prize scheme has been revamped to include more draws and more winners, open to a wider audience with branch guaranteed prizes. The series of attractive high value prize draws include Monthly Draws offering OMR 100,000 to be shared equally between two customers from the General segment and two customers from the Wealth Management segment. Half Yearly Draws of OMR 200,000 are equally split between two customers from the General segment and two customers from the Wealth Management segment. The biggest prize of the year will be rewarded at the Year-End grand draws, giving away a total of OMR 400,000 to be shared equally between four customers; two from the General segment and two from the Wealth Management segment.
Keeping alive the tempo, the Bank rewards customers with Weekly Draws of OMR 5,500, Monthly Branch Draws of OMR 31,000, Monthly Salary Transfer Draws of OMR 10,000 and Monthly Youth Draws of OMR 2,000. The bank announces the names of all winners on its official pages on social media platforms and the website www.soharinternational.com
All SoharIPrize Scheme 2020 accounts are entitled to four chances to win for every minimum average balance maintained in their accounts, while Minor accounts enjoy double the winning chances. SoharIPrize Scheme 2020 eligibility is open for accounts in Omani Rial as well as savings accounts maintained in AED, GBP, and USD. Those seeking to save without participating in the prize draws can choose an interest-bearing account instead.
By encouraging and rewarding customers for maintaining a prudent saving habit, Sohar International seeks to actively impact the socio-economic development in Oman. By raising the bar on customer-centricity and helping customers win and achieve their goals in an ever-changing world, the Bank constantly pushes boundaries in redefining responsible banking in the country.