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Access Bank thrills customers across Ghana

Access Bank thrills customers across Ghana

By: Fred Yaw Sarpong (Daily Express)

A number of Access Bank Ghana customers have received a variety of electrical home appliances from the bank across the country.

The initiative is part of the bank’s intention to appreciate hardworking individual’s customers, and help them achieve some of their material aspirations.

Daily Express gathered that the bank randomly selected lucky customers and prospects across the country and were awarded accordingly.

Simultaneously, consumers also in and around Osu, Tema and Kumasi branches of the bank were among those who were given household items such as microwave ovens, television sets and blenders.

A number of activities organized by various teams from Access Bank brought parts of Accra, Tema and Kumasi to life. Entertainment from dancers and musicians accompanied the handing over of gifts to the surprise winners.

“Access Bank acknowledges the patronage of our stakeholders. We want to reward them with items that they have long desired to purchase, but are often unable to as they cater for other pressing demands in their lives, therefore any opportunity to lighten the load for them is our greatest pleasure,” said Matilda Asante-Asiedu, Head of Corporate Communications and Brand Management, Access Bank Ghana.

According to Mrs. Asante-Asiedu, the bank is pleased to delight Ghanaians in this manner. Our patrons and prospects should look forward for even bigger surprises in the coming weeks.”

Miss Lydia Tsevie from Osu, who walked away with a brand new flat screen TV was overwhelmed and said that: “I did not imagine today that I would be the proud owner of a brand new flat screen TV. My room will be completely transformed with this TV. Now I can watch my favorite TV program from the comfort of my bed. Thank you Access Bank. This was totally unexpected.”

Mr. Solomon Mensah from Tema said, “Thank you Access Bank for the unexpected gift. I had been saving to buy a new blender at the end of the month. Now I have a blender and a food processor at the same time. This is even better than I was planning to buy for my wide. My wife will definitely find cooking more fun and I can use the savings for something else.”

Access Bank Ghana is one of the fastest growing banks in the Ghana, having demonstrated consistent growth in its financial performance over the past four years.
The bank is focused on setting standards for sustainable practices that will engender prosperity for all its stakeholders.

Over the years, Access Bank Ghana has demonstrated a strong commitment to sustainable business practices driving profitable, sustainable growth that is also environmentally responsible and socially relevant.

The Bank has committed resources to improve wellbeing in key areas such as education, health and social improvement across several communities in Ghana.

These contributions together with its financial performance and business expansion have contributed to the Bank being adjudged winner of several industry awards including: 2013 Top Emerging Brand; 3rd Most Respected Bank in Ghana (Ghana Club 100) and 2012 Best Growing Bank in Ghana.


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