National Magazine Exchange Awards $45,000 Grand Prize in "Fantasy Riches II" Sweepstakes

Wed Mar 10, 2010 5:02pm EST

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NME Has Now Awarded More than $10 Million to Customers Across the Country to
Date
CLEARWATER, Fla.--(Business Wire)--
National Magazine Exchange (www.nmemags.com), located in Clearwater, FL,
announced today that Ms. Ronny Sweat, of St. George, UT, is the Grand Prize
Winner of $45,000.00 cash in the "Fantasy Riches II" sweepstakes, sponsored
exclusively by NME. In a random drawing of over 500,000 entries, Ms. Sweat was
the single winner of the top prize. 

When notified by telephone of the prize amount, Ms. Sweat was both overjoyed and
near tears. "The transmission in my car recently fell out. I am going to have to
buy another car. This couldn`t have come at a better time!" She exclaimed. 

As a stay-at-home mom, Ms. Sweat has five children, three of whom are still
living at home, and five grandchildren. In her spare time, she enjoys painting
and drawing, but her family keeps her quite busy. 

The National Magazine Exchange Fantasy Riches sweepstakes is now in its 3rd
year. Together with NME`s "$1.1 million "Strike It Rich" sweepstakes, National
Magazine Exchange has awarded over $10,000,000.00 to date. Unlike many other
sweepstakes, all NME sweepstakes guarantee that the monetary prizes will be
awarded to lucky winners chosen in random drawings. 

National Magazine Exchange (NME) is one of the nation`s largest providers of
customer acquisition services for publishers, affinity clubs, and consumer
product companies. Opened in 1984, NME has become one of the largest direct
marketing companies in the United States sending more than one million pieces of
acquisition direct mail and correspondence each week through traditional mail
channels and online.

National Magazine Exchange
Julie Christman
Marketing Director
727-369-2744
jchristman@tdmg.com



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