JUST IN TIME FOR BACK TO SCHOOL, METLIFE OFFERS COLLEGE SAVINGS TIPS & A CHANCE TO BE AWARDED $10,000
NEW YORK, AUGUST 28, 2012 – With college costs rising at a rapid pace, today’s parents can use all the help they can get to finance a child’s education. MetLife’s Life Advice® guide, “Financial Planning for College” offers helpful tips to navigate the process (bit.ly/SOcOmy). And, to give parents a head start, MetLife announced today its Snoopy Snapshot Challenge, offering families the chance to be awarded $10,000 that may go toward their child’s college education.
The Snoopy Snapshot Challenge features fun with the Peanuts Gang and a chance at one of four $10,000 prizes. Parents can enter through the contest’s tab on the MetLife Facebook page. “Like” the page and you’ll be able to upload an image of your child’s face onto the Peanuts character of your choice. Complete and submit the online Official Entry Form. Then, share the newest member of the Peanuts Gang with your friends and family on Facebook and invite them to vote for your child.
Photos will be divided into four age categories:
- Baby: Children 3 years of age and under
- Little Kid: Children ages 4 through 7
- Big Kid: Children ages 8 through 12
- Teen: Children ages 13 through 17
The 25 most popular entries from each category will move on to the final round. Each category has its own prize of $10,000 plus additional funds to help offset taxes. For more information on the contest and to get started, visit www.facebook.com/metlife.
No purchase necessary to enter or win. A purchase or payment will not increase your chances of winning. This contest is void where prohibited by law and is subject to complete Official Rules available at www.facebook.com/metlife.About MetLife
MetLife, Inc. is a leading global provider of insurance, annuities and employee benefit programs, serving 90 million customers. Through its subsidiaries and affiliates, MetLife holds leading market positions in the United States, Japan, Latin America, Asia, Europe, the Middle East and Africa. For more information, visit www.metlife.com.
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