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Mortgage Provider Hosting Holiday Giveaways

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Churchill Mortgage, providing conventional, FHA, VA, and USDA residential mortgages across 46 states, announced that they will be hosting the “All Aboard the Churchill Express Giveaway.” The giveaway underscores Churchill Mortgage’s mission to help borrowers make smarter financial decisions that enable them to build a strong foundation on the path to financial freedom.

Registration for Churchill Mortgage’s sweepstakes will open through Tuesday, December 31. Three winners will each be awarded a $200 Amazon gift card. Winners of the gift cards will be announced on December 16, 23, and 30. Additionally, two grand prize winners will each receive $2,020 to kick off the new year. U.S. residents 18 and older are eligible to participate in the giveaway.

“At Churchill, we believe in leaving people better than when we met them and hosting a sweepstakes is one of the many ways that we can do that,” said Mike Hardwick, President and founder, Churchill Mortgage. “Whether our giveaway winners use their prizes toward a down payment, home improvement projects or grow their savings, we hope that they will be one step closer to establishing healthy financial habits.”

Founded in 1992, Churchill Mortgage is a privately-owned company by its more than 400 employees. A full-service and financially sound leader in the mortgage industry, the company provides conventional, FHA, VA, and USDA residential mortgages across 46 states.

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