Bank Muscat extends support to traditional shooting competition
January 21, 2018 | 6:43 PM
by Times News Service
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Muscat: Bank Muscat, the flagship financial services provider in the Sultanate, in step with its ‘Let’s Do More’ vision and commitment to partnership in promoting national heritage, extended support to the annual traditional shooting competitions which concluded in Wadi Bani Omar in the wilayat of Saham under the auspices of Sheikh Humaid bin Rashid Al Nuaimi, Ruler of the Emirate of Ajman.

Shooting enthusiasts from different governorates participated in the popular contest.

The support for the event came within the bank's strategy to promote and preserve the country’s traditions, heritage and culture. As the nation’s leading bank, Bank Muscat seeks to utilise opportunities in reaching out to people and familiarising them with the country’s heritage and traditions. In recognition of the support to the event, the bank was honoured in the concluding ceremony of the competition. Saleh Al Maaini, AGM – Interior Region Branches, received the appreciation memento from the guest of honour on the occasion.

Aimed at supporting activities linked to the country’s traditions, heritage and culture, Bank Muscat remains committed to shouldering its developmental and social responsibilities within the framework of cooperation and support to all segments of society. The bank seeks to set an example in extending support to showcase Oman’s heritage and culture as part of activities to develop the country as a favourite destination and thereby promote its tourism potential. The bank seeks to set an example by complementing government efforts in preserving and showcasing the country’s heritage and culture.

Amidst the country’s modernisation, the heritage and culture remain a major attraction for tourists visiting the country. Traditional sporting activities like shooting, which reflect the deep-rooted Omani heritage, are major tourist attractions, offering an opportunity for visitors to experience the country’s vibrant heritage and culture.

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