Over the last 25 years we have been trusted to help nearly a million clients make one of the most important financial transactions in their lifetime. This giveaway is one way we are saying thanks for putting your trust in us.
Detroit, MI (Vocus) September 25, 2010
Quicken Loans is proud to announce that its Thanks a Million Giveaway and Thanks a Million Sweepstakes are going strong and offer a great opportunity for consumers to win great prizes!
In celebration of closing one million mortgages, Quicken Loans has pledged to pay-off the mortgage of one lucky client through their Thanks a Million Giveaway. And as an added, but fun, bonus, they’re hosting the Thanks a Million Sweepstakes – a no-obligation game that allows users to win prizes like gift cards to major retailers, Fatheads, Xeko toys, free credit monitoring service and more.
As of September 23, 2010, Quicken Loans has given away:
- 183 Target gift cards
- 8,674 year-long credit monitoring subscriptions
- 189 Amazon.com gift cards
- 200 Lowe’s gift cards
- 735 Xeko Trading Card sets
- 8,059 Xeko Plush stuffed animals
- 952 Starbucks gift cards
- 4 Protect America Alarm Systems and Monitoring for a year
- 1,012 year-long PostEGram newsletters – a facebook printing service
- 6 Fathead gift cards
- 4 Fathead wall graphics
Keep in mind this is just the tip of the iceberg as far as rewards! The Thanks a Million Giveaway and Thanks a Million Sweepstakes end on December 31, 2010, so there is still plenty of time to enter to win.
“We’ve given away thousands of prizes, and continue to give away more each day,” says Jay Farner, Quicken Loans’ Chief Marketing Officer. “Over the last 25 years we have been trusted to help nearly a million clients make one of the most important financial transactions in their lifetime. This giveaway is one way we are saying thanks for putting your trust in us.”
Quicken Loans has completed 978,342 mortgages for families across the United States since 1985, which has helped them earn the honor of being America’s largest online retail mortgage lender.