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David Lutalo, the 'Kwasa with CenteVisa' campaign ambassador, entertains customers at campaign launch

Centenary Bank to Reward Customers with Fully Paid Trips to AFCON 2019 Games in Egypt

Centenary Bank launched the digital rewards campaign in which customers and staff were to be rewarded for using their CenteVisa cards when making purchases through the global visa card services platform.
posted onJune 13, 2019
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By Kampala Post Reporter

Centenary Bank is set to reward its customers with fully paid trips to the Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) 2019 Games in Egypt.

The campaign dubbed “Kwasa with CenteVisa” which kicked-off in early April, will see the bank host the grand prize draw tomorrow, Friday 14th June, where up to five customers, each with a child, stand a chance to win a fully paid trip for the two to watch the semi-finals of the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations games slated for 21st June to 19th July this year in Egypt where Uganda is competing as a country.

Centenary Bank launched the digital rewards campaign in which customers and staff were to be rewarded for using their CenteVisa cards when making purchases through the global visa card services platform.

Under the campaign, Centenary Bank has in the last fortnight through weekly draws so far rewarded up to 40 customers and staff that have transacted using their CenteVisa cards at least four times a month with cash vouchers worth Shs8 million.

Additionally, 40 more customers will be rewarded with cash prizes during the AFCON Grand draw on Friday. Singer David Lutalo, who has a large following of a cross-section of the bank’s base as a following is the campaign’s brand ambassador, hinged on his hit song, “Kwasa.”

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