National Bank Of Kuwait Offers Its Expat Customers Chances To Win A Range Rover Evoque
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National Bank of Kuwait (NBK) launched its new ‘Transfer Your Salary to NBK and Win’ campaign, exclusively for its expatriate customers. This campaign allows existing and new customers who transfer their salary to NBK to enter a draw to win a new Range Rover Evoque. 

The campaign will run until 31st of December. New customers will have one chance to win a new Range Rover Evoque, while existing customers will get two chances in the draw that will occurs in Feb 2017. “This campaign is part of NBK’s approach to reward expats with new and special offers,” said Ghadeer AlAwadi, NBK’s Assistant General Manager, Consumer Banking Group. 

“NBK expands its focus by offering customers unique and wide range of services and benefits.” “New and existing customers will receive a host of offers and unique services, including chances during the year to win a brand new Range Rover Evoque,” Al-Awadi added.

NBK provides its customers with easy, convenient and fast services. Customers will enjoy an easy salary transfer process, instant card issuance and faster approval with NBK loans. Moreover, unique services and benefits are available to suit the customer’s lifestyle and needs.

This includes the NBK Rewards program, the largest loyalty program in Kuwait that offers guaranteed rewards and instant redemption service at many of the best international and local brands in Kuwait. 

NBK also provides its customers with complete banking solutions via its regional and international network of branches to experience convenience services. New NBK customers will also enjoy a free credit card for the first year. Complimentary airport lounge access, concierge service and many exclusive global offers are available when using NBK Credit Cards.

NBK pioneered many firsts in both the local and regional markets by offering innovative products and value added services.



14 Mar, 2016 2 1078
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