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WHO Needs a Free $1,000 Christmas Cash? Here’s How You Can Get It?

What if you had $1,000 in Christmas Cash to give to someone in Central New York this year? By the way, everyone will love extra support in cash most especially by how inflation had rocked daily lives.

And in case you know anyone who wants or needs a little cash support, let them know about this!

Big Frog 104 will be giving out 1,000 Christmas cash to anyone in need.

The GPO Federal Credit Union with Big Frog 104 introduced Christmas Cash to help a family out this holiday season.

So, if you know someone who needs a little holiday cheer this holiday season, you can tell them about the Christmas cash or tell Big frog 104 about them.

At best, all you need to do is nominate someone who can use a little extra help during the holidays.

Please include their name, phone number, address, and email, along with a message explaining why you think they would need some Christmas cash. GPO Federal Credit Union will assist us in drawing a winner on Monday, December 20 to receive $1,000.

Take part in GPO Federal Credit Union’s Cold Cash, Warm Hearts drawing by swiping and signing with your debit or credit card from November 8 to December 31.

There will be four random winners who will each receive $1,000.

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Cold Cash Warm Hearts Full Contest Rules

For the draw, GPO will automatically qualify members who swipe and sign with their debit or credit cards between November 8th and December 31st.

NB: No Purchase Necessary

You can check for its comprehensive “Official Rules of the 2021 Cold Cash, Warm Hearts Sweepstakes

Anyone who wants to participate but needs fr information can visit any GPO Federal Credit Union Branch.

NATE GARTRELL
NATE GARTRELLhttps://theeastcountygazette.com/
NATE GARTRELL is an author at TheEastCountyGazette.com, a publication in the East County region of San Diego County. He has been writing for the Gazette since 2012 and writes on many different topics including politics, business, health care and more.
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