Air Force

April 7, 2016

Exchange sweepstakes winner scores trip to Cubs game

Courtesy of AAFES

The Army & Air Force Exchange Service is teaming up with Ford Gum, maker of Big League Chew, to take one lucky winner out to the ballgame to root, root, root for the Chicago Cubs at Wrigley Field.

The worldwide Ford Gum Sweepstakes’ prize, worth $5,000, includes airfare for four to Chicago (trip must originate in the contiguous United States), lodging for three nights, hotel transportation, four tickets to a Cubs game and spending money. Authorized military shoppers 18 and older can enter online at through June 16.

“Nothing beats enjoying our national pastime at a legendary ballpark,” said Aileen Rivenburg, Exchange general manager. “I encourage Luke Exchange shoppers to enter this worldwide contest. All it takes is a couple clicks online.”

The Ford Gum sweepstakes drawing will take place on or about June 23. No purchase is necessary to enter or win.

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