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HDFC Bank holds New Year lucky draw


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HDFC Bank held its New Year lucky draw which was organised for the first time at the Bank’s Head office recently. HDFC Chairman Siromi Wickramasinghe was the Chief Guest at the draw and HDFC Acting CEO/GM S.

Dissanayake and Bank’s Senior Management and other officers, an independent panel of judges attended this event. The promotion campaign exclusively for ‘Prathilabha’ savings account holders of bank’s palm top mobile service was spread over a period of four months and the existing and new Prathilabha account holders  who maintained a minimum balance for a period of three months immediately prior to the respective draw were qualified for the lottery draw. The winners have received a LCD TV as the first prize, a refrigerator and a washing machine as second and third prizes and 39 consolation prizes under this draw


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