Packers, Edvest announce 2015 NFL Draft promotion

The Green Bay Packers and Edvest announced today the 2015 "Big Apple Giveaway." This year's sweepstakes will award a grand prize including a $10,000 Edvest college savings account and a trip for four to Chicago to present the Packers jersey to the NFL Commissioner on-stage at the 2015 NFL Draft following the Packers first pick of the Draft at the Auditorium Theatre at Roosevelt University.

The winner will also receive a hotel stay and ground transportation to and from Chicago, as well as four Packers jerseys and four tickets to a 2015 Packers home game at Lambeau Field.

The sweepstakes begins Feb. 25 and runs through April 5. It is open to Wisconsin residents who are parents, grandparents, or legal guardians of a child, age 7-15, who also reside in the state of Wisconsin. To enter the Big Apple Giveaway sweepstakes and to view the complete contest rules, visit www.BigAppleGiveaway.com.

"We are excited to partner with the Green Bay Packers again this year for the Big Apple Giveaway," said James DiUlio, director of Edvest. "The opportunity to jumpstart the winner's college savings and provide a once-in-a-lifetime experience for a young Packers fan makes this promotion truly unique."

New this year, Edvest will also award four weekly prizes, which will include a $100 gift card to the Packers Pro Shop. One winner will be drawn each week, starting March 5. 

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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