GENERAL SANTOS CITY -- The Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI), known for its highly anticipated “Madness” events, is holding its first-ever BPI Lifestyle Madness on April 1 to 4, 2016 at Veranza Mall, General Santos City. The event is a one-stop-shop offering financial solutions and exclusive deals catering to the various needs of its clients.
Following similarly successful legs in key cities within Luzon, Visayas and other parts of Mindanao, BPI turns its focus on fast-growing parts of the country, as the bank’s clients, families, young urban professionals, and overseas Filipinos in these areas get to explore and meet their financial goals through the long-running Madness program.
To make the experience more fruitful, visitors will be guided by BPI representatives who will give them on-the-spot expert advice on achieving their life goals. In addition, raffles—hourly draws and grand draws—will be held and are open for all, with gift certificates and premium home appliances from BPI’s partner merchants are at stake.
Apart from BPI’s deposit and investment products, the bank’s Auto Loan, Housing Loan, Ka-Negosyo Loan, Personal Loans, and BPI-Philam Life Insurance are offered in this event.
BPI Credit Card holders can also avail of items at Real 0%, pay up to 12 months in installments, and even get double the credit limit of their credit card, ideal for big-ticket purchases.
BPI Lifestyle Madness’ next stops will be in Bacolod—June 2 to 5, Ilocos Nort—June 10 to 12, Davao—June 16 to 19, Bulacan—July 8 to 10.
ABOUT BANK OF THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDS (BPI)
Bank of the Philippine Islands is one of the largest banks in the Philippines and has the largest market capitalization among listed banks. It provides its clients a wide range of corporate, commercial and retail banking products through the bank’s extensive distribution network locally and abroad. Additional information is available at www.bpi.com.ph.
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