Scotiabank supports families through back-to-school promotion
Judy-Ann Fennell (right) and her daughter Arianna (centre) are ecstatic as they collect their grand prize for the Scotiabank 'Beat the Bell' back-to-school promotion from Sheila Segree-White, vice-president — customer experience and advocacy, Scotiabank, at the Scotiabank Centre in downtown Kingston recently. The Fennell family and seven others were rewarded as part of the bank's promotion to encourage parents to pay school fees online using Scotiabank's convenient mobile and online banking platforms.

Judy-Ann Fennell (right) and her daughter Arianna (centre) are ecstatic as they collect their grand prize for the Scotiabank 'Beat the Bell' back-to-school promotion from Sheila Segree-White, vice-president — customer experience and advocacy, Scotiabank, at the Scotiabank Centre in downtown Kingston recently. The Fennell family and seven others were rewarded as part of the bank's promotion to encourage parents to pay school fees online using Scotiabank's convenient mobile and online banking platforms.

Sheila Segree-White (left), vice-president — customer experience and advocacy at Scotiabank, snaps a photo with county winners in the financial institution's 'Beat the Bell' back-to-school promotion, (from second left) Sherine Creighton, Cigale Wilson, Jermaine Maxwell, Tiana Tracey and her mother, Chrystol Edwards, and Angella Black. Each family was rewarded $50,000.

Sheila Segree-White (left), vice-president — customer experience and advocacy at Scotiabank, snaps a photo with county winners in the financial institution's 'Beat the Bell' back-to-school promotion, (from second left) Sherine Creighton, Cigale Wilson, Jermaine Maxwell, Tiana Tracey and her mother, Chrystol Edwards, and Angella Black. Each family was rewarded $50,000.

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