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Alliance Finance Co. ‘Mega – Gold Loan’ winners rewarded

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Alliance Finance Co. PLC, the third oldest finance company in Sri Lanka, successfully concluded the ‘AFC Mega – Gold Loan Promotion’, with an aim to reward their loyal customers this season. Three grand winners, and winners of 25 consolation prizes (gas cookers) were selected through their island wide branches, with the supervision of Consumer Affairs Authority recently, at Alliance Finance Head office No. 84, Ward Place, Colombo 07. Here W.W.D.S. Trisila Samanthi (Kaduwela branch) receiving the 1st prize and B. Sumathini (Trincomalee branch) receiving the 3rd prize from Deputy Chairman/MD Romani De Silva and P. Rasenthiram (Kilinochchi branch) receiving the 2nd prize from Alliance Finance Co. PLC Executive Director Credit Operations and Marketing Ravi Rambukwelle.

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