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COMBank’s e-Exchange winners rewarded


The 11 winners of the e-Exchange promo with the bank’s Deputy General Manager - Operations Sanath Bandaranayake (fourth from left), Senior Manager -e Banking Centre Pradeep Banduwansa (extreme left) and Brand Manager - Irosha Weththasinghe (extreme right).

The Commercial Bank of Ceylon distributed Rs. 1.2 million among 12 lucky customers of remittances via the Bank’s e-Exchange Money Transfer Service during the period December 21, 2008 to April 15, 2009.

The winners were selected in three monthly draws and each has been awarded a cash prize of Rs. 100,000.

The lucky winner of the December draw was K. Kanshan who received a remittance via the Bank’s Batticaloa branch. Winners of the January draw were Ravi Kumar, H.M. Sunitha Herath Manike and M.I.M. Mafas. P.V. Nadeeka Gothami, Jayantha De Alvis and Mohamed Shameen Ahmed were winners in February, while in March, J.V. Suneetha Jayaweera, L.R. Alvitigala and Florence Joachim were drawn as winners. In April, L.S. Perera and G.L.N. Priyanthi were the winners.

ComBank e-Exchange is a sophisticated yet low cost real time on-line money transfer facility which is made available to remitters through a network of agents in over 50 countries worldwide. Those receiving money through this facility can collect the proceeds from any of Commercial Bank’s 171 computer-linked branches islandwide.


SriLankan reaches out to schools in Katunayake

SriLankan Airlines has embarked upon a program to assist children in schools around Bandaranaike International Airport to enhance their oratory and leadership skills, in the latest effort by the national carrier to uplift the development of young people throughout the country.

Members of the Airline’s Orators Club are working with children of four schools in the nearby neighbourhoods of Andiambalama, Peellawatta, Kurana, and Katunayake. With their guidance since last October each school has formed an Orators Club to further enhance their children’s skills.

SriLankan’s Head of Human Resources, Pradeepa Dahanayake said, “SriLankan Airlines has for many years been assisting schools across the country as far away as the Batticaloa, Hambantota and Ratnapura districts.

And we are now focussing on developing schools in our surrounding community as well.”

A Joint Orators Club has also been formed to encourage community based activities, networking and interaction among students of the participating schools, Andiambalama Maha Vidyalaya in Andiambalama, David Silva Primary School of Peellawatta in Andiambalama, The High School at Kurana in Katunayake and the Roman Catholic Maha Vidyalaya in Katunayake.

SriLankan Airlines and its charity arm SriLankan Cares have traditionally focused on the education of children.

SriLankan Cares recently completed construction of a Rs. 12 million building at Debarawewa Primary Navodaya Vidyalaya, a school of over 3,000 students in the Hambantota District.


ODEL launches ‘Otone’ leisure and fitness

ODEL as a logical follow up to ‘Otone,’ launched a new clothing range.

The range of women’s and men’s clothing in the active, leisure and fashion wear categories has been provided its own niche in the ladies section at ODEL’s outlet at Alexandra Place.


The 11 winners of the e-Exchange promo with the bank’s Deputy General Manager - Operations Sanath Bandaranayake (fourth from left), Senior Manager -e Banking Centre Pradeep Banduwansa (extreme left) and Brand Manager - Irosha Weththasinghe (extreme right).

Comprising tops, pants, shorts and track suits and hoodies the Otone range of clothing is targeted at men and women who like detailed, high-end leisure clothing.

“Fashion goes hand in glove with fitness and shape”, said ODEL founder Otara Gunewardene. Otone, the gym helps people get into shape and feel good about themselves. The Otone clothing range extends the feel-good factor further, by providing elegant and sporty clothing for those who love and live an active life.

The Ladies collection of Otone includes ranges such as ‘Top of the world’ and ‘Little bit shimmer,’ which come in all styles and as well as ‘O’ its O,’ and ‘Sunday morning.’ All these items are in assorted colours and are available in all key sizes, Otara said.

The Men’s collection comprises the ‘Wild Woods’ and ‘Winter Sun’ clothing ranges.

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