The Dakota Credit Union Foundation e-Bike Raffle drawing takes place TOMORROW, October 4th during the New Ideas Conference. The grand prize is two (2) Ride1UP 700 series electric bikes valued at $1,695 each! That’s a prize total worth $3,390!
One lucky winner will be drawn at the close of our New Ideas Conference – approximately 4:30 p.m.
Maximum of 250 tickets will be sold until 3:00 p.m. on October 4th.
Ticket sales will be conducted electronically to ensure your information remains private.
A limit of five (5) tickets will be sold to any one individual OR organization.
Prize drawing will be conducted LIVE and one lucky winner will be randomly selected using an electronic non-biased and secure platform.
The winner’s name will be posted on our website, on DakCU’s Facebook page, and will be contacted directly from information provided when their ticket was purchased.
The winner will be able to choose the e-bike color(s) and drop-shipping destination. Shipping fees are included. *Disclaimer: In the event the e-bikes are not available at the time of the drawing due to manufacturing and/or shipping delays, the winner could instead receive the cash equivalent of the grand prize, or $3,390.
CLICK HERE to purchase your ticket(s) now or simply scan the QR code at the bottom.
SUGGESTIONS FOR CREDIT UNIONS
Purchase the maximum number of tickets allowed (5 per organization) and if your credit union wins, use the bikes for a special employee promotion or reward! These bikes would also make an exceptional prize drawing for members at your next annual meeting or holiday party!
Best of all, we are utilizing one of the hottest trends around right now – cycling with the added power of an electric bike. E-bikes have the same benefits of a regular pedal bike but can help you with added power for more difficult or long rides. They are effective calorie burners, improve muscle strength and stamina, in addition to being clean and green transportation!
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