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Ceylinco Life launches 11th ‘Family Savari’

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Ceylinco Life launched its ‘Family Savari 11’ promotion to its sales force this month at the BMICH. For the 11th edition, the grand prize or main destination will be Rome and 20 people from five policyholder families will win an all-expenses-paid holiday to the ‘Eternal City’ in 2018. Already the largest customer promotion by far in Sri Lanka’s life insurance sector, this Family Savari will benefit 4,260 – an increase of 2,000 rewards from the previous Family Savari promotions. Through this promotion policyholders and their families will stand a chance to win full expenses-paid trips to Rome, China and Singapore and a further 1,000 families will spend a full day at Leisure World courtesy of Ceylinco Life.




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