Privilege Club signs MoU with Overseas Pakistani Commission
Islamabad, MAR 25 /DNA/ – Privilege Club @Pearl-Continental Hotels has started a great initiative to facilitate Pakistani expats by joining hands with the Overseas Pakistani Commission (OPC), adding yet another feather in the cap of the hospitality leaders of Pakistan. To make it possible for Pakistanis living overseas to become members of the Club and get access to a complete hospitality experience along with a range of exclusive offers and benefits, Privilege Club signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Overseas Pakistani Commission on 21st March 2022, at OPC Office, Lahore.
The MoU was signed by Dr. Shahid Mehmood, Vice Chairperson, OPC Punjab and Mr. Haseeb Gardezi, Chief Operating Officer, Hospitality and Education Division, Hashoo Group. The ceremony was attended by Mr. Ahsan Najam, Director Privilege Club, Mr. Syed Khadim Abbas, Commissioner OPC and Mr. Tanvir Majid, Director Admin OPC.
On the occasion, Mr. Haseeb Gardezi appreciated all the efforts done by the OPC council for the betterment of Pakistani citizens and encouraged on facilitating them through not just Hashoo Hotels but other Hashoo platforms like Hashoo Foundation and Hashoo School of Hospitality Management as well.
The OPC works for the welfare and support of Overseas Pakistanis, and facilitates them in matters relating to Government Agencies, litigation, land and investments, ancillary and refers suggestions of the Overseas citizens to the concerned offices, here in Pakistan, looking after their interests through one window operation.
Privilege Club is a membership programme by Pearl-Continental Hotels, where members can enjoy exclusive benefits at preferred rates, across all their hotels, ranging from accommodation, meetings and events, dining privileges to spa and wellness discounts, offering their valued members the very best of hospitality services. The membership programme is also accessible via their‘PC Mobile App’. Pearl-Continental Hotels have offered a tailored programme designed to meet the needs of Overseas Pakistanis and now are a preferred partner with OPC across Pakistan.
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