Scotiabank Customer Travels to Rio, Courtesy of Visa
Prescola Davis and her Husband Attend Olympic Games
NASSAU, THE BAHAMAS, August 12, 2016– Scotiabank customer, Prescola Davis, is off to Rio along with her husband, courtesy of VISA. The couple leaves today for the 2016 Olympic Games.
Davis will enjoy a 4-day, 3-night trip for two to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil to attend the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. The trip which is valued at approximately $12,000 includes round-trip airline tickets for two with airport meet and greet; three nights’ accommodation at the Windsor Atlantica Hotel with stunning views of the sea; Olympic event tickets; VISA Olympic-themed merchandise; a VISA Prepaid card; and ground transportation. The couple will also tour Sugarloaf by cable car to the top of the mountain to take in breathtaking panoramic views of Guanabara Bay and Rio de Janeiro.
Davis is Scotiabank’s winner of a recently held credit card campaign in which she used her VISA for everyday purchases. Her name was selected by an automated random draw, completed by Scotiabank.
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Pictured (L to R): Maxine Seymour, Manager, Public & Corporate Affairs, Scotiabank with Prescola Davis, grand prize winner.
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