BFC launches new promotion
Manama, March 26, 2012
Bahrain Financing Company (BFC), a leading money transfer and foreign exchange group in the kingdom, recently kicked-off its new campaign offering customers an opportunity to win one of thousands of prizes.
Every customer undertaking a remittance or a foreign exchange transaction through BFC will be given a scratch card with the chance to a prize.
The Big Win promotion will end on June 16, and only customer transactions during the promotional period will be eligible for prizes.
Additionally, all BFC Bonus Loyalty Card holders who make a transaction within the campaign period will automatically be entered into the Star Prize draw, with the winner receiving a brand new 2012 Toyota Corolla.
Hundreds of other lucky winners will receive: 10 megapixel digital cameras, portable DVD players, mobile phones and LED flashlights, as well as 6000 “Next Transaction Free” scratch cards.
The Star Prize draw will take place the day after the promotion closes, June 17.
All BFC branches are participating in the Big Win campaign, ensuring customers have the opportunity to win regardless of where they normally conduct their transactions, a statement said.
“Every day thousands of transactions are completed throughout BFC branches in Bahrain, and we wanted to find a way to give each and every one of those customers the opportunity to win something back,” said Errol Fonseca, general manager of BFC.
“BFC is always seeking new ways in which to reward loyal customers for their business, and the Big Win campaign is the perfect opportunity to do just that. We are constantly endeavoring to satisfy our customers and strengthen our relationship with them,” he added. – TradeArabia News Service
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