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Priority One Financial rolls out photo contest

Priority One Financial Services introduced a “Share your Adventure” photo contest for its recreational dealers’ customers.

Recreational industry finance and insurance outsourcing provider Priority One Financial Services introduced a “Share your Adventure” photo contest for its recreational dealers’ customers.

Every month, beginning May 1, a Priority One customer from partnering dealerships will have a chance to win a $50 gas card in the new photo contest. By following the steps outlined in their loan-closing package, dealer customers can enter to win.

Once the winning picture is chosen by Priority One, winners will be contacted directly via the contact information provided upon submission and sent a $50 gas card, the dealership will be notified and the winning photo will be posted on Priority One’s Facebook page.

Submitted photos will be eligible for 12 months after they are submitted, and the photos will not be used in any other capacity without the owner’s permission. There is no cost for partnering dealerships.

“We are fortunate at Priority One to get to be a part of helping a customer purchase their dream boat or RV,” company president Heather Mariscal said in a statement. “As an RV owner myself, I am so aware of the magical moments and memories that ownership provides. I thought it was important for our staff and our dealers to get to see the smiles on the faces of the thousands of customers we are lucky enough to assist every year.”



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