Samuel Freeman has emerged winner of the Standard Chartered Bank Stand Red campaign. The Stand Red campaign by Standard Chartered aimed to connect football fans around the world to Stand Red with Liverpool FC.
Clients had to use their standard Chartered Visa Debit and Credit Cards 20 times on Point of Sale or for online transactions over the campaign period get the chance to win exciting prizes. The Campaign was also to deepen client relationships by offering an exclusive “money can’t buy” experiences to current and prospective clients of the Bank.
Mr Samuel Freeman won The Grand prize of a return trip for two to the UK with two match tickets to watch a Liverpool FC match at Anfield, plus an Anfield Stadium tour.
The grand prize was presented to Mr Freeman at an exclusive match viewing that ended in Liverpool FC being crowned Champions of Europe.
Standard Chartered Bank Ghana Limited is committed to delivering more convenience to ensure clients are able to make fast, safe and secure payments with our cards. Standard Chartered Visa Credit and Debit Cards are designed to deliver a whole new world of privileges to our clients, as we Stand Red with Liverpool FC.
Meanwhile, Iconic rapper and Stanchart Ambassadors Sarkodie and Jocelyn Dumas watched Uefa Champions League final game at the Labadi Beach Hotel together with clients, customers, fans and musician KiDi.
After enjoying Liverpool's 2-0 win over Spurs to win their sixth Champions League crown, Sarkodie excitedly performed Stonebwoy’s ‘Kpoo K3k3’ to thrill the ecstatic crowd that was present at the hall.
Joy Sports Uefa Champions League final commentary also took place at the same venue.
Below are some pictures that tell the story of StanChart's Ultimate Match viewing experience.
Joy Sports’ commentators Gary Al-Smith(left) and George Addo Jnr(right) with Sarkodie.
Joy Sports’ commentators Gary Al-Smith(left) and George Addo Jnr(right) with Sarkodie and Kidi.
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