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Ceylinco Life hosts thousands of policyholders at Leisure World


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Leisure World reverberated to the sounds of unbridled fun and frolic recently when thousands of Ceylinco Life policyholder families from every district of the country descended on the theme park to celebrate the first phase of the life insurance leader’s Family Savari mega promotion.4000 people won a day’s outing with access to the park’s rides, slides and chutes, meals, and transport to and from the location at the 11th edition of this annual event - easily the largest interactive customer promotion in the local life insurance market. This was the largest gathering of policyholders since the inception of Family Savari. Adding to the excitement was the presentation of five aerial sightseeing tours by helicopter for five families selected at a draw at the location.


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