“We’re very pleased about the participation and success of our card crazy contest and increased card usage,” said Greg Barnes, Senior Vice President of Marketing.
Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) May 30, 2014
One Nevada's unique debit and credit card usage contest ran April 1 through May 15, giving five lucky members with the most eligible debit or credit card transactions a chance to win free electronics.
Alfredo Q. was named first place winner having the most card transactions through the contest period. Alfredo won an iPad Air®. Second place winner Robert H. won $500 cash, third place winner Peter L. won a Playstation 4®, Jacinto R. won a GoPro HERO3+®, and Jonathan L. won a Kindle fire HDX®.
Members with a credit union debit or credit card were automatically entered by using their card for everyday purchases including fast-food, groceries, gas, clothes or coffee. The more times cardholders used their cards and chose “credit,” the more chances they had to win. The top five members with the most transactions during the contest period were named winners.
“We’re very pleased about the participation and success of our card crazy contest and increased card usage,” said Greg Barnes, Senior Vice President of Marketing. “We like to encourage members to use their cards rather than cash as it’s a safer way to shop. Since members need to make their every day purchases anyway, we used the contest as an added incentive for them to reach for their One Nevada card rather than cash. It was a win-win for the credit union and our members.”
With $697 million in assets, One Nevada Credit Union is the largest locally owned, federally insured Credit Union in the state. It is one of the strongest, well-capitalized credit unions in the country with more 10.4% net worth. One Nevada has 15 branches and over 65 ATMs and serves over 75,000 members. Membership is open to all residents of Clark County, Washoe County and Nye County. The National Credit Union Administration, a U.S. Government Agency, insures member deposits at One Nevada. For more information, visit https://www.onenevada.org.