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Tinker Federal Credit Union giving away $2,000 for home improvements

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Tinker Federal Credit Union is giving away $2,000. Their “Ready, Set Grow Giveaway” has just started. According to the Tinker Federal Credit Union's Facebook page, the $2,000 can be used for any type of home improvements.

The rules are simple. Just enter to win the free money for the $2,000. Simply like their Facebook page. Then upload a photo of the area of your home where you want to make the improvements. Simply write a short description on how you plan to improve your home and post it. Then share the page with anyone so they can vote. Whoever has the most votes will win the $2,000 from Tinker Federal Credit Union.

The “Ready, Set Grow Giveaway” is limited to Oklahoma residents or members of the Tinker Federal Credit Union and at least 18 years old at the time of contest entry. Visit Tinker Federal Credit Union's Facebook page for all the rules.

The improvements can be anything. Whether you need a new kitchen, bathroom or outdoor area, you could win $2,000 from Tinker Federal Credit Union and be one step closer to your dream home.

Mandy Robinson, from Enid, has entered. The mother of two is wanting to make improvements to her backyard. She is needing to replace her fence and build a retaining wall so she will not be losing soil. She'd also like create an area for entertaining.

“I fell in love with the backyard when I bought the house,” Mandy Robinson stated. “I didn't know it needed so much work. I really need that fence so the backyard is safe for my family.”

Tinker Federal Credit Union will be taking submissions until 11:59 p.m. on March 30. Voting will end on April 6 and the winner will be announced on April 11. Please feel free to vote for Mandy Robinson's home improvement project and help her win so she can have a safe backyard for her children.



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