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Arsenal fans get chance to visit Emirates
Publish Date: May 21, 2014
Arsenal fans get chance to visit Emirates
Local Arsenal fans chairman Dennis Mbidde (second, left) and Imperial Bank directors at the launch of the promotion held at Acacia Mall in Kampala on Saturday afternoon. Photo by David Namunyala
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By David Namunyala 

LOCAL Arsenal FC fans will be given a chance of a life time to watch a live game at the Emirates Stadium in London after Imperial Bank signed a three-year agreement with the club. 

The bank intends to reach millions of Arsenal fans in Uganda and Kenya through the Imperial Bank Arsenal debit card that was launched in Kampala at the Acacia Mall in Kamwokya shortly before Arsenal’s 3-2 victory against Hull City in the FA Cup final on Saturday. 

Clients will be required to apply for the new debit cards bearing the Arsenal logo and will also be required to make continuous transactions in order to enter the monthly draws.

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