Fred’s, Inc. Announces $10,000 Cash Prize Sweepstakes
Source: Nasdaq GlobeNewswire / 04 Jun 2019 11:28:36 America/New_York
MEMPHIS, Tenn., June 04, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Fred’s, Inc. (NASDAQ: FRED) today announced the Company is launching the first Fred’s Cash Sweepstakes. Shoppers can text in a photo of their receipt to 22639 for a chance to win one of 300 $50 gift cards or the grand prize of $10,000!
Michael Ladd, Chief Stores Officer at Fred’s Inc., said, “This is an exciting time in our stores. Customers can stack chances to win these incredible prizes on top of tremendous storewide savings you can only find here at Fred’s.”
The Fred’s Cash Sweepstakes ends July 4, 2019.
NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. Sweepstakes starts 6/4/19 at 12:00 PM ET, and ends 7/4/19 at 11:59 PM ET. Open to eligible legal residents of 48 US/DC, excluding AK and HI, who are 18 years or older. Logon to https://fredscashsweeps.prizelogic.com/ for Official Rules and details on how to enter, free method of entry instructions, odds of winning, prize details, restrictions, etc. Void where prohibited Msg&data rates may apply. Consent not a condition of purchase. Text HELP FREDS to 22639 for help. Text STOP FREDS to 22639 to cease messages. Sponsor: Fred’s Stores of Tennessee, Inc.
About Fred’s Inc.
Since 1947, Fred’s, Inc. has been an integral part of the communities it serves throughout the southeastern United States. Today, Fred’s operates approximately 550 discount value stores and its mission is to make it easy AND exciting to save money. Its unique format offers customers a full range of value-priced everyday items, along with terrific deals on closeout merchandise throughout the store. For more information about the Company, visit Fred’s website at www.fredsinc.com.
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