MUSCAT, 25 July 2017 - Bank Muscat, the flagship financial services provider in the Sultanate, has made its presence felt at Salalah Festival 2017, the Sultanate's annual tourism and cultural extravaganza under way from 30 June to 31 August. The bank has extended lead support to the festival as part of its commitment to promoting national celebrations within the framework of showcasing Oman as a unique tourist destination.
Salalah Festival celebrating the monsoon splendour and cultural heritage of Oman perfectly fits into the corporate ethos of Bank Muscat in serving the largest banking family in Oman as well as visitors from the region and around the world. As the nation's flagship financial services provider, Bank Muscat seeks to utilise all opportunities in reaching out to people, offering them an enriching experience. While Salalah offers a rewarding experience to enjoy nature's bounty, Bank Muscat complements this experience by facilitating banking convenience to all.
Bank Muscat stalls adorn the festival venue where the bank personnel are available to familiarise visitors on promotional campaigns, services and products offered by the bank. Bank Muscat ATMs and CDMs provide banking convenience to visitors and tourists.
In all the previous editions of Salalah Festival, Bank Muscat has been closely involved with the popular family event. The presence of Bank Muscat complements in making the event a memorable experience. The bank recently hosted Premier banking customers and al Mazyona quarterly prize draw as part of the festival.
The partnership with Salalah Festival is an earnest attempt by Bank Muscat to propagate the core family values held dear by Omanis. Committed to making the event a grand success, Bank Muscat aims to unite citizens, residents and visitors in sharing the good times and discovering the joy of being connected.
The bank seeks to serve as a focal point in the preservation of Oman's rich heritage and culture, encouraging people to maintain a strong link to the country's glorious legacy, thereby reinforcing the Sultanate's distinct cultural identity.