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SLI launches Motor Plus Loyalty Rewards


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By Rashika Fazali

Sri Lanka Insurance (SLI) as cooked up yet another interesting scheme with the launch of the Motor Plus Loyalty Rewards which will reward Motor Plus insurance policy holders with extensive discounts from selective stores.

SLI Chief Executive Officer and MD Mohan De Alwis said, “SLI is the market leader in general insurance and most particularly motor insurance. With over 300,000 comprehensive customers, we thought it’s time we thank our loyal customers who have being with us.

We are happy about all the partner organisations that have come forward and this is just the start of appreciating the continuity of a loyal customer.”

SLI has partnered with 12 premier brands that will provide rewards to the Motor Plus Loyalty customers which will enable customers to enjoy extensive discounts at country’s key commodity and service stores making their shopping experience an exciting one.

The 12 partner organisations are Senok Auto Mobile Limited, Senok Aviation, Michelin Tyres, Lucas Battery, Sun Lanka Auto Traders, Kingsbury Hotel, Cinnamon and Chaya Hotel chain, Gallery Boutique, DSI, Rocell Bathware, MM Organisation and Caltex Oil.

SLI General Insurance Chief Officer Ainsley Alles said “Motor Plus Loyalty Rewards is a tribute to our loyal motor insurance policy holders. It is a way of saying thank you for being with us.”

SLI Motor Plus customers will be entitled to these rewards at the time of renewal or purchasing a new policy. A colourful booklet will be issued as guide to all the discounts and rewards that the customer would be entitled to. The rewards can be obtained by presenting the Motor Plus Comprehensive Insurance Card and the Rewards booklet to any of the vendors mentioned above.

Since 2003, SLI has introduced various insurance policies which have help boost the insurance sector in Sri Lanka. In 2003, SLI introduced the vehicle insurance policy and in 2005, they launched the ‘Formula Plus’ policy which provides motorists with a host of benefits including a full payment of claim within 3 days and 24 hour support through the help line. From 2009 onwards, they have introduced various insurance policies such as Motor Plus which was used in 2012 to promote safe driving and empower sports.

 


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