Three lucky customers of the Grenada Co-operative Bank (Co-op Bank) were last week Friday awarded for their participation in the Bank’s recently concluded, “Make it Yours! – Independence/Switch for 6 Campaign.”
The winners were Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln Morgan, Kaudina Douglas-Mc Lean and Kemani Neckles who emerged from a draw conducted by the Bank’s auditors last October.
Co-op Bank customers became eligible to participate in the promotion, after applying for a loan with the Bank during the 2013 -2014 period.
Neckles was absent at the handing over ceremony last week Friday at the Conference room of the Bank’s St. George’s headquarters while the two other winners were present.
During the promotion, Co-op Bank, which is the country’s lone indigenous financial entity, sought to make it affordable for customers, locally and in the Diaspora to “own piece of Grenada,” whether it was the construction or purchase of a home, a vehicle, or the desire to travel and lifestyles improvements.
Offerings during the promotions ranged from, reduced rates, as low as 6%, 40% discount on interest rates on already discounted rates, no legal or loan fees to be paid.
Customers also had the chance to win a $10, 000 room makeover, $4,000 towards the enhancement of their property and cash.
Co-op Bank urges customers to look out for its upcoming Christmas promotion where 5 lucky customers, one from each branch can win prizes of cash, paint or appliances.
This year, Co-op Bank was awarded by the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB), the Good Corporate Citizen Award in recognition of its commitment to customer service among the Banks in the Eastern Caribbean Currency Union (ECCU).
This is one of two awards received for the year – the second being the Good Corporate Citizen Award in recognition of its outstanding contribution to environmental awareness.