The company, which is a custodian of self-directed IRAs, 401(k)s, Coverdell Education Savings Accounts (CESAs) and Health Savings Accounts (HSAs), is accepting old student portraits featuring big glasses, bad hair, braces or anything else that make the photos entertaining, all in the name of helping a future student save for education expenses.
People will be able to visit the contest website to view all entries and vote for the best – or in this case, worst – photo. The top vote-getter will have the annual fee* on one Equity Trust CESA account waived for 2014, in addition to receiving admission for two to the company's 2014 Equity Wealth Building Summit and a complete set of 2013
The CESA account, which can grow tax-free, can help students save for tuition as well as other school-related expenses.
To be qualified for entry into the contest, entrants must be among the first 20 people to submit all of the following: one portrait-style school photograph (group or other photo types will not be accepted); name; phone number; and email address to marketingetc(at)trustetc(dot)com. The entry period ends at
Entries will be posted for voting on the Throwback for Your Student's Future Contest website beginning
Throwback for Your Student's Future Contest participants and voters do not need to be existing clients to enter. Grand-prize winners who aren't already a client will have their setup fee waived as well.
Those who want to get more details or read the official rules can visit the contest website at https://www.TrustETC.com/contest.
Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/05/prweb11859505.htm
Most Popular Stories
- Islamic State Obliterating Cultural Landmarks in Mosul
- The 2014 Fastest-Growing 100
- 'Lucy's' Super Powers Tops 'Hercules' at Box Office
- VW Site Could Mean Another 2,000 Jobs for Chattanooga
- RV Sales See Highest Increase Post Great Recession
- Report: China to Declare Qualcomm a Monopoly
- Oppression of Women Cripples Africa: Obama
- Insecticides Permeate U.S. Food, Water Supply
- Eid al-Fitr Celebrations Mark End of Ramadan
- Anarchy, Chaos Sweep Across Libya