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October 2, 2015
 

Exchange shoppers can score big in NCAA Sweeps contest

Army & Air Force Exchange Service

DALLAS — The Army & Air Force Exchange Service is teaming with Unilever to give military shoppers the opportunity to tackle $500 in the Unilever NCAA Sweeps.
Exchange shoppers worldwide can enter at www.shopmyexchange.com/sweepstakes for their chance at one of 10 $500 Exchange gift cards.
“With football season in full swing, every fan could use an extra $500,” said Chief Master Sgt. Sean Applegate, the Exchange’s senior enlisted adviser. “Whether they’re looking for a new TV to watch the game or supplies for the ultimate tailgate party, 10 lucky fans will score big at the end of the sweepstakes.”
No purchase is necessary, and authorized shoppers 18 and older can enter the sweepstakes at www.shopmyexchange.com/sweepstakes through Oct. 29. The drawing will take place on or about Nov. 5.




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