$10,000 Big Dreams Start Small Contest
Sweepstakes is posted on :
Sweepstakes is available between : 5 September 2013 - 31 December 2013
Local : 50 United States and the District of Columbia void in Puerto Rico and U.S. Territories and jurisdictions including overseas military installations
With the rise in the cost of various expenditures, saving money for the higher education becomes difficult. If you are among those who dreaming big about your child or your grandchild then, here comes a golden opportunity for you as the winner will awarded with $10,000. To enter into contest you just have to upload the photo of your child or grandchild and have to write why you think that your child or grandchild dreams big. The winner will be awarded with $100,000 contributed to a state 529 college savings account. It is the time to put your efforts and let your child dream come true.
There are two ways to enter into contest:
Online: to enter through this method visit www.aarpcollegesavings.com/contest where you need to complete the registration form after that you need to upload the photo of your child or grandchild. After uploading the photo you need to write in 140 characters that how your child or grandchild “dreams big”.
By Mail: to enter through this method in a 3”x 5” paper type your name, address, date of birth, phone number, and last four letters/numbers of your AARP membership number (if any). The original photo must be in black or white color and should be exceed 8” x 10” and make sue that to print in ink on the reverse side of the photo your name and address and an original caption. After completing the stated information in 3”x 5” paper send it to 3160 Haggerty Rd Suite D., West Bloomfield, MI 48323.
Limit: at the time of entry into contest must be the parents and/or grandparents and they must be at least (45) years old as of September 5, 2013. Only one entry per entrant is allowed.
One Prize– $100,000 in a 529 college savings plan managed by Sponsor in one of the following states: California, Connecticut, Georgia, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Oklahoma, Oregon, Vermont or Wisconsin.