Business Wire – Tue Jan 19 10:46:00 CST 2010
Winner Chosen in National Magazine Exchange s Strike It Rich VI Early Bird Sweepstakes
Winner Awarded $100,000 Check
LARGO, Fla. (BUSINESS WIRE) --
National Magazine Exchange (NME), a division of Agora Marketing Solutions located in Clearwater, Fla., announced the winner of the 2009 “Strike It Rich” VI Early Bird Sweepstakes. The lucky winner is Cindy Helbling of Pittsburgh, PA.
Cindy entered the Strike It Rich sweepstakes in February of 2008 after receiving entry information in the mail and then calling into the National Magazine Exchange Sweepstakes Center’s toll-free number. “Winning has made such a difference in my life. I’m so glad I entered,” said Cindy Helbling.
National Magazine Exchange is the exclusive sponsor of the $2.1 million “Strike It Rich” sweepstakes and also offers a $100,000.00 Early Bird prize as an additional winning opportunity. Sweepstakes entrants are offered the opportunity to purchase a highly-discounted magazine package; no purchase is ever required to enter or win and a purchase will not increase chances of winning.
Now in its 14th year, The National Magazine Exchange Strike It Rich sweepstakes has awarded over $10,000,000 in prize money to date. Unlike many other sweepstakes, Strike It Rich guarantees that the monetary prizes will be awarded to lucky winners chosen in a random drawing.
About National Magazine Exchange
National Magazine Exchange (NME) is one of the nation’s largest providers of customer acquisition services for publishers, affinity clubs, and consumer product companies. Opened in 1984, NME has become one of the largest direct marketing companies in the United States sending more than 1,000,000 pieces of acquisition direct mail and correspondence weekly through traditional mail channels and online. To learn more about the National Magazine Exchange, please visit www.NMEmags.com.
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