JN Money Transfer Sweetens Jamaica50 for 50 Customers
The colours of the Jamaican flag—black, green and gold have been used to decorate public and private buildings and sundry landscapes across the island; and the jubilance oozing from citizens as they go about their business or attend events, are indicative of the excitement being generated by the multiple events Jamaicans are currently celebrating.
The commemoration of Jamaica50, “A Nation on a Mission,” looms supreme; the Games of the XXX Olympiad, with its spectacular opening ceremony on July 27, holds much anticipation about the performance of the Jamaican Olympic Team; and there are many things to attend—the Jamaica50 events, including Emancipation Day events on August 1, and the 60th Denbigh Agricultural and Industrial Show August 3-5; and particularly the Grand Gala on Independence Day, August 6.
All of these activities have led JN Money Services Limited (JNMS) to “sweeten these celebrations for 50 of its customers, globally” by rewarding the top 50 customers from the United Kingdom, the United States, Canada, the Bahamas and the Cayman Islands who send money to Jamaica using JN Money Transfer will each be rewarded with US$500 from July 16 to September 30, 2012.
JNMS operates from 350 branches and agents under its popular JN Money Transfer brand across the United States of America; the UK; Canada; the Caribbean and Ghana, allowing real-time transference of money at competitive rates.
“It’s all about celebrating ourselves this summer and throughout the rest of the year; and we want to contribute to the celebrations for our customers–wherever they are in our network,” Leesa Kow, General Manager of JNMS, the largest Jamaican-owned remittance brand, stated.
In addition to the cash prizes, the top ten customers in Jamaica will also receive an iPhone, or Blackberry mobile phone, or a flat screen television. And, JN Money Transfer will also donate J$100,000 to two Jamaican charitable projects selected by two of the winning customers in Jamaica from a list of projects supported by the JN Foundation in Jamaica.
Miss Kow noted that JNMS was playing an active role in the promotion of the Meet Jamaica initiative in the UK, through participation in events to welcome Jamaican athletes to the Olympic Games; Birmingham in the Square festivities; and activities in London, along with its parent organisation, the Jamaica National Building Society.
“Our JN Money Transfer promotion is, therefore, another way in which we can celebrate with our clients,” she maintained.
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