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Enter to win the GradSave $10,000 Sweepstakes!



Register NOW with GradSave for a chance to win the GradSave $10,000 sweepstakes!!

GradSave is great new and easy way to save for college! Just set up your child’s profile and spread the word via email, Facebook and Twitter. Encourage friends and family to give your child the lasting gift of education instead of another onesie or trinket at a gift-giving occasion. Your kids will thank you when they don’t graduate college drowning in student loans. 


Sweepstakes Eligibility. If you are an individual legal resident of the United States (except for the State of Rhode Island) or the District of Columbia and are 18 years of age or older at the time of entry, you are eligible to enter the Sweepstakes. Our employees, their immediate family members (spouses, domestic partners, parents, grandparents, siblings, children and grandchildren), and our affiliates, advisors or advertising/promotion agencies (and their immediate family members) are not eligible to enter the Sweepstakes.

Prize. We will award one (1) Grand Prize Scholarship that will be payable, at the option of the winner, either as (i) a deposit of $1,000 per year for the next 10 years into a child’s college savings fund ($10,000), or (ii) an up front payout of $4,000, which represents the present value of an investment in a college savings fund for a 1 year old with withdrawals starting at age 17 and a 6% compounded annual rate of return on such investment (This just shows you how a college savings fund grows…); provided that, if the winner is a resident of the State of Florida or the State of New York, such winner must select the upfront payment of $4,000.  IN THE CASE OF A SINGLE PAYOUT OPTION (I.E., OPTION(II) ABOVE), ACTUAL FUTURE VALUE OF SCHOLARSHIP MAY VARY BASED ON THE RETURN RATES OF YOUR PARTICULAR COLLEGE SAVINGS FUND AND/OR THE AGE OF CHILD.

Odds of Winning. Odds of winning depend on the number of eligible entries received. Certainpromotions will be held where additional entries will be awarded as prizes for action, which may include liking us on Facebook, entering free photo contests, etc.  Check the home page at www.gradsave.com for more information on these free promotions.





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Gradsave $1,000 Challenge: Start saving for your child’s education!



Are you saving up for your child’s college tuition yet?  It is never too early to start…and you can get your family and friends interested in helping too by using the Gradsave program!  


Gradsave $1,000 Challenge:

Create your Gradsave account and share your $1,000 challenge on Facebook to use the power of Facebook to get your friends and family to donate.  You know the grandparents and great aunts all love spoiling your son or daughter and will absolutely love helping out!  Gradsave is giving away $1,000 to the first 10 families who reach the gradsave $1,000 challenge!  


Find out how to give gift cards with GradSave!




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Review: MoH Band

I am known for being a little scatterbrained at times… you know.. like the person who puts the pen behind your ear then looks all over for it.  When it comes to remembering where I put something, I tend to forget.  The MoH Band definitely does make it easier to keep track of a flash drive.


The MoH Band functions as a wristband that holds a USB drive.  It connects around your wrist easily with a soft silicone band.  While I would not wear the MoH with dress clothes, it definitely serves its purpose well.  In college, I often lost my flash drive in my purse or backpack.  If I had the MoH in college, I would have had it..”on hand” (lol) and it would have been very easy to find when I needed it.

The MoH is available in a variety of colors!  You can connect with MoH at their website, on Facebook or Twitter.










I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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