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Packers, Edvest announce NFL Draft promotion

Posted Mar 10, 2014

The Green Bay Packers and Edvest today announced the “Big Apple Giveaway,” a sweepstakes that will award a grand prize including a $10,529 Edvest college savings account, a trip for four to New York City to announce the Packers fourth round 2014 NFL Draft pick from the Packers team table on the floor of Radio City Music Hall, and four Green Bay Packers jerseys. 

A $5,529 cash contribution will be awarded to the Wisconsin school of the winning entrant’s child or grandchild.

Four additional winners will each receive a $100 Green Bay Packers Pro Shop gift card.

The sweepstakes begins March 10 and runs through April 4. It is open to Wisconsin residents who are parents, grandparents, or legal guardians of a child age 8-14 who also resides in the state of Wisconsin. To enter the Big Apple Giveaway sweepstakes and to view the complete contest rules, visit www.Edvest.com/BigApple.

The Big Apple Giveaway is sponsored by the Green Bay Packers and the Edvest College Savings Plan.

About Edvest

Edvest is Wisconsin’s 529 College Savings Plan designed to help families save for higher education expenses. It takes just $25 to start an Edvest college savings plan and account owners can choose from more than 22 investment portfolios while enjoying one of the lowest cost 529 plans in the U.S. along with in-state tax advantages for Wisconsin residents.

 
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