Sunday, 16 May 2021
Commemorating Renaissance Day, Bank Sohar organised a roadshow at Salalah Tourism Festival on July 20. The fun-filled family event witnessed a great number of spectators who responded to the bank’s public invitation to share the pride of the nation whilst participating in and enjoying exciting games and prizes.

Bank Sohar hosts Renaissance Day roadshow at Salalah Tourism Festival

The bank’s Salalah Tourism Festival roadshow presented a wide variety of interactive activities appropriate for all age groups which includes entertainment shows, on-stage overall performance and games, kids treats, raffle draws and national rhymes recitals. The roadshow offered the bank with the chance to interact with its consumers and the common public to much better comprehend their specifications and provide them revolutionary banking options that match their monetary requirements.

Amur Said al Amri, senior chief branch manager of Salalah branch represented Bank Sohar at the occasion welcoming audiences, interacting with them and providing away prizes to winners of the different enjoyable competitions organized in the course of the occasion.

Ahmed al Musalmi, CEO of Bank Sohar, stated, “We are pleased to see the large number of families join us in commemorating the Renaissance Day event and celebrate our nation and its journey of excellence and prosperity.”

He added, “We at Bank Sohar are committed to being closer to our community through such initiatives and at the same time to supporting the wise leadership’s efforts to achieve economic diversification across key sectors including tourism. We will have more events coming up during the Salalah Tourism Festival which will be announced for the general public in the papers and on the bank’s official social media pages.”

Bank Sohar’s Renaissance Day roadshow was the initial in a series of roadshows and engagement activities the bank is organizing to host as element of its help to the Salalah Tourism Festival 2018.

Information Source: Muscat Daily

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