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NTB credit cards holders get chance to witness Abu Dhabi Grand Prix

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Experience the sheer thrill of speed this November by simply using a Nations Trust Bank American Express or Nations Trust Bank MasterCard Credit Card to pump fuel for Rs. 2,500 or more at any fuel station island-wide. 

Every cardmember who uses their card to pump fuel for LKR 2,500 or more between the 1st of July and the 31st of October 2017 will stand a chance to enter the draw and win an all-expense paid holiday to Abu Dhabi, as the city comes alive to crown the fastest F1 racer of the year. 
The winning cardmember will receive 2 Premier Grand stand tickets to catch the action at the YAS Marina Circuit and witness the only F1 twilight race in 
the calendar. 

Speaking about the promotion Niluka Gunatilake, Head of Cards at Nations Trust Bank said, “We constantly look for unique ways to be present in our cardmembers’ lives and reward them for their loyalty. Motorsports is a passion that is widely shared by our cardmembers and the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix 2017 will be an exhilarating experience. The winner will be able to share this pulse racing moment with a companion to create a momentous experience. We’re sure that this will be a dream holiday for our cardmembers and hope that they will enthusiastically use their cards to pump fuel and be lucky enough to witness this motor racing spectacle.”

The YAS Marina Circuit, which is the official venue of the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix was designed by the famous engineer and racer Herman Tilke and includes a water park, theme park, hotels, restaurants and retail space on the island. It is a dream destination for avid motor racing enthusiasts all over the world, especially during the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. 


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