FNB & Camelot Spa Launch New Offering For Black Card Holders

FNB-Camelot Spa launch at The Grand Palm Hotel.PIC: Kagiso Onkatswitse
FNB-Camelot Spa launch at The Grand Palm Hotel.PIC: Kagiso Onkatswitse

Dedicated to providing more value to their clients’ experience beyond conventional banking, First National Bank Botswana (FNBB) in partnership with Camelot Spa has launched an exclusive package for FNB Private Clients. FNB stakeholders were invited for a day’s experience to taste another excellent first from FNB.

FNBB Director (Retail), Boitumelo Mogopa, said the innovation came as a token of appreciation for their clients who have remained with FNB over the years. “Our clients are very dear to us, and they have trusted us as their banking partner over the decades we have been in business. This value-add is another important way we wish to bring more to our clients’ experience beyond their everyday banking. We are more than just a bank, we are our clients’ partners in life and we hope this added benefit will allow our clients to feel the quality pampering they so need and deserve,” said Mogopa.

Private Clients now have access to specialised treatments at the Camelot Spa on an incredible discount of up to 15%. The Camelot Spa Brand Ambassador, Tshepo Ntshole, noted that the spa is delighted to see the partnership with FNBB come to fruition. “We are very excited to have partnered with such a leading entity as FNBB. As Camelot Spa we jump at opportunities that allow us to provide new ways to pamper our clients. We provide a generous variety of treatments that we hope FNB Black Card holders will enjoy with each visit,” said Ntshole.

The collaborative effort was based on FNBB’s desire to continuously to offer good value-adds for their Private Clients beyond conventional banking space.


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