FCMB Reward Customers At First Draws Of 30th Anniversary Promo Reloaded

From left: The Zonal Head (FCT 1) of First City Monument Bank (FCMB) Limited, Mr. Baldwin Onuigbo; Oladoke Babalola of the Nigerian Army; the winner of an LED television at the FCMB 30th Anniversary Promo Reloaded, Mr. Remigius Emegwara; an Assistant Director of the National Lottery Regulation Commission, Mrs. Fisinba Idasefiema and Deputy Director, Consumer Protection Council, Mr. Shamm Kolo, at the North Regional draw of the promo held in Abuja today (Thursday; July 10, 2014).

The second phase of the First City Monument Bank (FCMB) Limited promo, tagged ‘’FCMB 30th Anniversary Promo Reloaded’’, has rewarded the first set of lucky customers across the country at the regional and zonal draws held nationwide on Thursday, 10th July, 2014.

While three customers of the bank were rewarded with the sum of N1 million each at the regional draws held in Lagos, Abuja and Abia State, a total of 130 others went home with generator sets, television, DVDs and other exciting prizes at the zonal draws held in 26 locations across the country. 

At the Lagos/South-West Regional draw which took place at Matori in Lagos State, Olaniyi Ayodele received the reward of N1 million, while the North Regional draw held in Abuja awarded Chizoba Asilugwa also with the same amount, and at the South-East/South-South Regional draw held at Aba in Abia State, also on Thursday, 10th July, 2014, Peter Ndukwe walked away with N1 million as well. 

Speaking on the promo, FCMB’s Executive Director, Lagos & South-west, Mr. Femi Bakre, stated that the event was in fulfilment of the promise made by the bank at the commencement of the second phase of the promo, which started in May 2014 and will run till September 2014. 

He informed customers of the bank and other dignitaries that witnessed the event that the promo is aimed at encouraging savings and financial inclusion through rewards and prizes giving. “The first draw of the FCMB 30th Anniversary Promo Reloaded marks the beginning of another exciting and rewarding experience for our customers nationwide,” Bakre stated. 

He added that, ‘’our customers are the reason why FCMB exists and as a bank that is committed to satisfying our customers’ needs,  this promo is the bank’s way of demonstrating how much we appreciate our customers by providing them an opportunity to win additional prizes and gifts”. 

While congratulating the winners, Bakre assured that, “customers of FCMB, will continue to enjoy excellent services. We urge you to participate actively in this promo as it is meant to enrich the lives of our customers”. 

To participate in the promo and draws, all an FCMB existing or potential customer needs to do is to Save N10,000 in any savings account of his or her choice for 30 days to qualify for the monthly draw of winners where the star prize of N1million and other fantastic prizes will be won.  Multiple savings of N10,000 will increase chances of qualifying for the zonal draws.  To qualify for the grand finale draws in October, where the star prizes of three Hyundai SUVs will be driven home by three customers of the bank at the regional draws, customers are to save N10,000 monthly incremental over five months or have an incremental average balance of N50,000 in September, 2014.

The FCMB 30th Anniversary promo is targeted at all segments of the society and age groups. These include professionals, market men and women, artisans, students, workers, children, among others who have adopted and are enjoying the benefits of our banking product and services such as, Nairawise Savings Account, Classic Current and Savings Account, Premium Current and Savings Account; Kids Account and FlashMeCash. These products are tailored to meet the needs and support the lifestyle of the customers of the Bank. The promo has brought about increased customer engagement following the simplified ways of participation and the level of transparency that characterised the first phase.

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