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Thursday, July 14, 2016

Win 10K for You and Your School!

When you think about your future, what do you see? Starting or growing your family? Traveling your state, the U.S., the world? Getting an education, or giving one to your kids or grandkids? Your dreams and goals are unique to you, and your future could bring anything.

Education can be expensive. Registration fees, sports equipment, music lessons and more are all things we need to provide our kids to prepare for their future. But, it costs money.

Not every parent can grant every wish their child has, but you can help shape them by providing the right opportunities at school and in life. That’s why I’m thrilled to encourage you to enter the Own Your Future Challenge! Record a short video (60 seconds or less) answering COUNTRY Financial’s two questions:

1)  If you won $5,000, how would you use it to own your family's future?
2) If you won $5,000 for a local school, how would you want them to spend it?

Then upload your video at OwnYourFuture.com for a chance to win $10,000 ($5,000 for you, and $5,000 for your school).

Submit your video by 7/24 to start owning your future and follow along with the contest hashtags #FutureFocused and #OwnYourFuture. Contest open to applicants in the Minneapolis area.

This is a sponsored post.

Kayla Dornfeld
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