Muscat, October 5, 2022: Oman Arab Bank recently conducted an exciting live draw at the auditorium of its Head Office to pick the winners for the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™ hospitality packages, courtesy of Visa. The announcement comes as part of OAB’s recent special offer in partnership with Visa, for all football enthusiasts among its customers that grants them an opportunity of a lifetime to attend one of the FIFA World Cup 2022™ matches in person in Qatar.
Ahmed Hadid Al Mukhini, a former player of the Oman national football team, was the guest of honour at the raffle ceremony. The event also witnessed the attendance of members of the Bank’s management team and employees. The draw saw hospitality packages given away to the three lucky winners. Each comprised of an all-expenses-paid trip for two to the FIFA World Cup 2022™, which includes air tickets, accommodation, and stadium transport, courtesy of Visa.
Speaking on the occasion, Rashad Al Sheikh, the Head of the Retail Banking Division at OAB, said, “We congratulate all the winners. This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to attend one of the world’s most-anticipated sporting events and enjoy a memorable experience. At OAB, we constantly aspire to provide top-notch services and exceptional offers that target and meet the needs of all segments of the community. Thanks to our collaboration with Visa, this promotional offer falls in line with these objectives. We are delighted that the campaign witnessed such great interest from customers. Through this offer, we wanted to surpass customers’ expectations and fulfil their dream of attending the FIFA World Cup™, courtesy of Visa.”
The Bank launched the offer in partnership with Visa in July 2022. OAB Visa Credit Cardholders were automatically entered into raffle draws when they used their Visa cards for purchases. The prize was an all-expenses-paid trip for two to the FIFA World Cup 2022™, which includes air tickets, accommodation, and stadium transport, courtesy of Visa.
OAB has a rich and proud history as one of the first financial institutions to be established in the Sultanate.