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EDITOR IN CHIEF- ABDULLAH BIN SALIM AL SHUEILI

Excellent response for Bank Muscat kiosk at Salalah Eat Fest

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MUSCAT: Bank Muscat has been greatly encouraged by the excellent turnout at its stall at the ongoing Salalah Eat festival. Designed to create a memorable experience with a number of events and performances, the inaugural Salalah Eat Festival got off to a great start at the Hawana Resort in Salalah on August 4 with the participation of well over 50 MSMEs.


The festival concludes on August 13, on Saturday.


With a number of fun activities including a Fan Zone Photo Booth, raffle draws, a Kids’ Arena, face painting and a Game Booth, the Bank Muscat stall was one of the most visited stalls at the festival.


The bank also took the opportunity to showcase its Limited Edition Visa Prepaid Card to visitors, who could easily apply for up to 3 of these cards through their Mobile or Internet banking. Visitors to the stall were particularly excited by the fact that the bank is raffling away an iPad everyday, with as many as 10 iPads to be given over the course of the full festival.


All that visitors have to do to participate in the daily raffle draw is to apply for a Prepaid card through their mBanking app and show the proof of application at the bank’s stall. They will then receive a raffle ticket, which automatically entitles them to a chance in the draw. With the festival drawing to a close soon, visitors have been reminded to take advantage of the ongoing promotion, and participate in the daily raffle draw at the earliest.


Bank Muscat, which is the Official Banking Partner, is also facilitating the participation of a number of its Najahi Business Banking customers at the festival. Over the past many years, Bank Muscat has successfully supported a number of initiatives and events that strengthen tourism and other national development priorities.


It must be noted that the bank has supported the Tour of Salalah, the Tour of Oman, Muscat Festival and the Salalah Festival, all of which have drawn thousands of visitors from across the world to the Sultanate of Oman.


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