Al Mulla Exchange launches “Paint Our 2019 Calendar” Contest

Sunday, November 4, 2018

Al Mulla Exchange, the leading money remittance company in Kuwait, has launched their next big contest. To encourage young budding artists and enhance the creativity, Al Mulla Exchange’s “Paint Our 2019 Calendar” competition dwells on the “Sustainable Planet for a Better Future” theme.

Launching this competition comes within Al Mulla Exchange’s endeavor to nurture the students’ talents and to help them show their artistic creativity. The calendar has a wide spread distribution in Kuwait.

Speaking about the launch, Mr. Praveen Singh Divisional General Manager, Al Mulla Exchange said” After an overwhelming response last year, we have again launched the painting competition for the kids. Through this competition, we have not only found a wonderful way to engage with our customers but also have a positive and deep impact on the artistic talents of our children. The topic we selected this year deals on the importance of sustainability of the planet. From conserving the nature to electric cars to reducing pollution, we believe that a sustainable future depends on the children of today as they are the ones that will steer the planet in the coming days. We wish the children all the best for the competition”.

“The prizes this year is also exciting the winners will receive KD 100 cash prize as well as 3 lucky winners out of final winners will get a chance to win a trip to Ferrari World and Warner Bros Abu Dhabi with family”. He added

The contestants’ age should not be above 16 years, and they are divided into three groups:
Group A – (Ages 5 to 8), Group B – (Ages 9 to 12), and Group C – (Ages 13 to 16).

The competition is spread for a month from 28th October to 28th November 2018 and is divided in 2 rounds. The rules and regulation of the competition is given in detail in the Al Mulla Exchange website, www.almullaexchange.com.

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