“California Casualty is excited to honor Joyce DeZutti, a nurse who has dedicated her life to serving others, just as millions of other nurses across the country do every day," says Mike McCormick, Vice President of California Casualty
San Mateo, CA (PRWEB) October 01, 2012
California Casualty, which provides auto and home insurance to educators, law enforcement personnel, firefighters, and nurses, announces the winner of the “Give A Nurse A Break” sweepstakes, a giveaway designed to recognize and reward nurses for their hard work, dedication, and importance to the health of the nation.
Joyce DeZutti, a nurse at Edward Hospital and Health Services in Naperville Illinois, is the grand prize winner. Ms. DeZutti won a trip for four to the world-famous "Chocolate Spa" at The Hotel Hershey in Pennsylvania. This grand prize includes transportation, as well as hotel accommodations and meals for three days and two nights. DeZutti and three of her co-workers will be also be pampered with a full day of pampering at the Chocolate Spa for her an three of her co-workers.
Ms. DeZutti was in tears as she graciously accepted her grand prize from California Casualty's Kathy Smith during a ceremony held at the Edward facility this past week.
"Joyce DeZutti has been a committed and caring nurse for more than 30 years. California Casualty is excited to honor a nurse who has dedicated her life to serving others, just as millions of other nurses across the country do every day," says Mike McCormick, Vice President of California Casualty. "The Give a Nurse a Break sweepstakes is one way we are saying 'Thank you, and we appreciate you' to nurses across the country."
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About California Casualty
California Casualty is a 98-year-old policyholder-owned company headquartered in San Mateo, CA with service centers in Arizona, Colorado and Kansas. More information about its auto and home insurance for firefighters, peace officers, educators and nurses can be found at http://www.calcas.com.