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November 9, 2012

More than $8,500 in prizes up for grabs through Exchange Toyland Sweepstakes

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Ashley Sutton
AAFES Public Affairs


The Army and Air Force Exchange Service is giving shoppers an opportunity to win a trip for four to Universal Studio in Orlando, Fla. with its “Toyland Sweepstakes.”

The grand prize winner will spend four nights and five days at Universal Studios with hotel, transportation, airfare and passes included.

Additional giveaways include sixteen Exchange gift cards valued up to $1,000, six LeapPad 2 tablets and two large stuffed Mickey or Minnie plush toys. Additionally, one shopper per store will take home their choice of a Lalaloopsy Interactive Doll or Big Wheel.

“The Exchange will award more than $8,500 in prizes through this promotion,” said the Exchange’s Senior Enlisted Adviser Chief Master Sgt. Tony Pearson. “Winning has never been easier.”

The Toyland Sweepstakes ends Nov. 21. Eligible Exchange shoppers worldwide can visit their nearest Main Store to register. Contact information is available through the “Your Exchange” link at www.shopmyexchange.com. In-store drawings will take place on or about Nov. 27.

Participants must be 18 or older to enter and no purchase is necessary.




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