Julia B. Davis wins fourth motorbike in UBA Liberia Savings Campaign
It was all joy for Julia B. Davies, a loyal customer, on January 10th, 2020, when she was announced as the fourth winner of UBA Liberia’s ongoing ‘Save and Win’ campaign. The local businesswoman was at first in a state of total shock, as she had never dreamt of such a huge surprise coming her way.
According to her, the reward comes at a time when the Liberian economy is experiencing severe stress and any form of economic empowerment comes with much appreciation especially as she has been a faithful and long-term customer of UBA’s Red-Light branch for more than eight years.
Julia expressed gratitude to UBA’s management for the opportunity to benefit from the campaign -which she said will go on a long way in helping to improve the economic status of her family.
“This will be an added advantage to our hustle,” she told reporters. The draw, which was held at the UBA 5th Street branch in Sinkor, declared Mrs. Davies as the fourth winner of the ongoing ‘Save and Win’ promotion, which began in September 2019.
UBA Liberia’s Head of Corporate Banking, Joseph Sando, who presented the keys on behalf of the country’s Managing Director, Olalekan Balogun, said the purpose of the campaign is to reward loyal customers while trying to promote savings in the country as a culture.
Sando said the “Save and Win Promotion” is just the beginning of bigger opportunities for UBA’s customers, adding that all customers need to do to stand a chance to win, is to save US$300 or 50,000 Liberian dollars from the beginning of the month without withdrawing for the month. The ongoing promo, which commenced on September 1, 2019, is expected to run until January 30, 2020, where the final winner will walk away with a brand new kehkeh (tricycle).
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