Triple Cash Bash – CSCU Insurance AgencyPublished
Triple Cash Bash
- It’s easy – win up to 3 times!
- Contest period is September 1 – December 31, 2021
- Simply make a first payment on any new Vehicle or Homeowners policy issued through Cherokee Strip Insurance Agency during the contest period, and get a free $25 deposit
- Each month, one new policy holder will win an additional $500
- At contest end, one new policy holder will win an additional $1,000
To get started, call our licensed agents at (580)718-4075, or click on the big blue SHOP FOR INSURANCE button at cherokeestrip.com
Triple Cash Bash – Rules: Any new Vehicle or Homeowners policy issued through Cherokee Strip Insurance Agency from September 1 through December 31, 2021 – with first policy payment cleared in good funds – qualifies for Triple Cash Bash. For new insurance policies under multiple names, award winner will be considered the first name listed on the policy. Winners may be notified after the Insurance Agency confirms that first payment has been made on a new qualifying policy. Winners will automatically receive their free $25 deposit as a credit to their primary Share Savings account at Cherokee Strip Credit Union, unless they designate otherwise. Each winner of subsequent $500 and $1,000 amounts may be asked to sign a marketing release and pick up their award at Cherokee Strip Credit Union, 1508 East Prospect Avenue in Ponca City, after their name was drawn randomly under dual control from a pool of eligible new policy holders. For $500 awards, the eligible pool includes those who open new qualifying policies during each contest month, with one winner drawn for that month. For the $1,000 award, the name of all new qualifying policy holders during the contest period shall be combined, and one winner drawn. As a subsidiary of the Credit Union, Cherokee Strip Insurance Agency and its profits are 100% owned by Members of the Credit Union for their exclusive benefit. All award amounts are considered prizes, which may be taxable. Contest winners are encouraged to consult with their tax advisor for more information, or to assess their individual circumstances.