Free Grocery Store Gift Card in Float Facebook Giveaway

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No obligation to enter Facebook sweepstakes before September 29 deadline.

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To celebrate Float’s official launch in Ohio, Massachusetts and Kentucky, Float is sponsoring a Facebook sweepstakes with a chance to win $500 in groceries. Complete the free registration with Float here (name, state and email address) and gain one entry to win a $500 gift card at a major grocery in Ohio, Massachusetts or Kentucky. Complete registration and like Float on its Facebook page and gain an additional entry. Existing Float members who “like” Float on Facebook earn an entry into the sweepstakes.

Founder and CEO Shane Hadden noted, “After years of development and testing Float is formally launching in its three first states, Ohio, Massachusetts and Kentucky. Float is the only online shopping club that rewards its members with a totally interest free credit line for simply shopping at their favorite stores through Float. It is a new way to avoid debt from high interest credit cards and to build a low risk credit line for life’s unexpected expenses.”

The prize a will be a $500 gift card at a major grocery in Ohio, Massachusetts or Kentucky, randomly given to lucky winners who have completed free registration with Float Money at

When: The contest begins on September 11, 2012 and ends on September 29, 2012

About Float:
Founded in 2011, Float is an innovative shopping network focused on improving members’ financial health. In place of offering cash incentives for spending, Float rewards members with an interest-free line of credit that can be used for any purpose. Float’s new platform offers a safer borrowing alternative to high rate credit cards. Its network of over 1,000 online and local merchants include top national brands, boutiques, groceries, restaurants and gas stations. Float is based in Lexington, Kentucky and currently serves members in Kentucky, Ohio and Massachusetts. Float will be growing to other states soon. For more information, visit

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