Commercial Bank has announced the winners of the “private yacht experiences” at The Pearl-Qatar as part of the National Day campaign in November.
Customers who opened a fixed deposit account with a minimum of QR100,000 in November with Qatar’s first private bank qualified for a chance to win these elite prizes.
To mark the occasion of Qatar National Day on December 18, as many as 18 lucky customers won a unique and private luxury yacht experience, valid from December 19 until June 2018. Each winning customer can enjoy the luxury yacht experience with up to 10 family members or friends.
Customers who opened a new fixed deposit during the campaign period as per the terms benefited from special deposit rates and earned one entry for the yacht experience prize draw for every QR100,000.
Commercial Bank Group CEO Joseph Abraham said: “As a Qatari focused bank, Qatar National Day is a time of celebration for both Commercial Bank and our customers. This special promotion is one of many Qatar National Day initiatives from Commercial Bank, including traditional activities for customers of all ages to enjoy across our branch network from December 10 to 14. We like to reward our customers, and this promotion encourages saving by combining competitive deposit rates and the additional experiential rewards.”
In response, Bianca Cragg, captain of the luxury yacht, Ventura said: “We are delighted to partner Commercial Bank and celebrate in a special way with their valued clients.” The winners and their guests will set sail at various dates from the Marina in The Pearl-Qatar.
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