Kellogg Community Credit Union Rewards OMG Raffle Winner (Oh My God)

Kellogg Community Credit Union


Photo caption: In the photo, the KCCU team members celebrate with OMG! Raffle winner Margaret, who is at the center holding the prize check she won by funding her vehicle with KCCU.

BATTLE CREEK, Mich. (WOTV) -Kellogg Community Credit Union (KCCU) is pleased to announce the winner of its recent automotive promotion, OMG! (Oh my God) Is my car free? Raffle. The draw took place from June 1 to August 31, 2021. Anyone who funded a new or used car, truck, motorcycle, recreational vehicle or boat of $ 7,500 or more was automatically entered into the raffle for a chance to have their loan paid off, up to $ 20,000.

KCCU member Margaret was on 2021 OMG! (Oh my God) Is my car free? raffle winner! KCCU CEO Tracy Miller, along with other members of the KCCU team, surprised Margaret at their Beckley Road branch in Battle Creek with some entertaining props that made this surprise once in a lifetime! Margaret was elated once she realized the giant check was made to her for winning the KCCU OMG! raffle.

“When everyone came to surprise me to let me know that I had won, I didn’t know what to say. I saw the big check with my name on it and $ 20,000… I was shocked! cried Marguerite. “I knew I was registered with the OMG! Prize draw when I bought my car, but I never thought I would win. What a nice surprise ! Thank you KCCU! ”

“Now more than ever, KCCU wants to lend a helping hand to everyone we can in our own community,” said Tracy Miller, CEO of KCCU. “Margaret has been a member of us for over 50 years so when her name was drawn it made this raffle even more meaningful and special to us. At KCCU, it is extremely important for us to ensure that our members know that we are here to help them achieve their financial goals in any way possible. We were able to accomplish this through this raffle because we had a significant impact not only on someone in our community, but also on one of our members!

If you want to see the video capturing the surprise, visit the KCCU website,

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