30 Canadian families win early bird prizes in #RESP150 Contest
MISSISSAUGA, ON, May 31, 2017 /CNW/ - To mark Canada's 150th year and encourage more parents to build their child's future with a Registered Education Savings Plan (RESP), Knowledge First Financial launched the #RESP 150 Contest. Everyone who opens an RESP with Knowledge First Financial between February 6 and July 31, 2017 is automatically entered to win one of 150 prizes with a total value of $45,000 including:
- 5 grand prizes of travel gift cards, worth $5,000 each
- 20 technology 'choice of prize,' worth $500 each
- 25 VIA® Rail gift cards, worth $200 each
- 100 'choice of prize' gift cards, worth $50 each
#RESP150 Contest Early Bird Draw
Debbie Chomica of Brandon, Manitoba recently opened an RESP with Knowledge First Financial was selected as the winner of the early bird grand prize – a travel gift card with $5,000. Now she and her family are going places!
A total of 30 early bird prizes were awarded including:
- One of five grand prizes of travel gift cards worth $5,000 each
- Four of 20 technology "choice of prize" valued at $500 each
- Five of 25 VIA® Rail Gift Card prizes worth $200 each
- 20 of 100 merchant gift card "choice of prize" valued at $50 each
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More #RESP 150 Contest prizes to be won!
A Knowledge First Financial RESP will take your child places. It's a great way to save for your child's education and build a brighter future for your child. Now is a perfect time to get started -- open an RESP with Knowledge First Financial before July 31, 2017 and be automatically entered to win.
About Knowledge First Financial
Canadian families have relied on education savings plans offered by Knowledge First Financial for more than 50 years. Today, the company manages $3.62 billion in assets on behalf of more than 250,000 customers. Since 1965, payments from the plans have reached $3.6 billion and the Knowledge First Foundation has further enhanced Education Assistance Payments to students by nearly $50 million.
Knowledge First Financial Inc. is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Foundation and is the investment fund manager, administrator and distributor of Registered Education Savings Plans. Knowledge First Foundation is a not-for-profit Canadian corporation with no share capital. The Foundation is therefore able to reinvest excess revenues in initiatives that support student success.
SOURCE Knowledge First Financial Inc.
For further information: Suzanne Martyn-Jones, Vice-President, Marketing and Customer Communications, Knowledge First Financial Inc., Tel: 905-270-8777, ext. 4247, email@example.com