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Stanford University Prize Wheel Welcomes Students

Students at Stanford University were welcomed back to class with the Mini Prize Wheel from Stanford Federal Credit Union.

Gift cards, luggage tags, wallets, yo-yos and more were up for grabs for students at the California University.

Stanford University is a private research university in Stanford, California with a student enrollment of over 17,000.

Taste of Kennesaw Prize Wheel

The Tommy Nobis Center Prize Wheel was spinning during Taste of Kennesaw in Kennesaw, Georgia, on November 4, 2023.

The event was held in from 11:00 AM to 6:00 PM and included over 30 local restaurants from the Kennesaw and Cobb County area.

Tommy Nobis Center is a nonprofit organization in that helps people with disabilities find and keep meaningful jobs within the community.

Magic Prize Wheel

Toyland is celebrated every year at Blain’s Farm & Fleet, and this year the Magic 98 Prize Wheel was part of the fun in Baraboo, Wisconsin.

On October 14, 2023, the regional chain of stores transformed to Toyland, featuring a wide selection of toys for the holiday season. Blain’s Farm & Fleet has 44 retail stores in Wisconsin, Illinois, Iowa and Michigan.

Homecoming Prize Wheel in Ohio

The 21 WFMJ Prize Wheel was spinning for homecoming at Youngstown State University (YSU) in Youngstown, Ohio.

Homecoming was held from October 19-21 at YSU. In addition to the Prize Wheel, events for the three-day events included a bonfire, tricycle obstacle course, dance, and parade. The YSU Penguins also played the Illinois State Redbirds during the homecoming football game.

YSU is composed of six undergraduate colleges and a graduate college. The university has over 150 undergraduate degree programs and 50 graduate degree programs serving over 11,000 students in studies up to the doctoral level.

WOW Prize Wheel

The Prize Wheel was spinning for Campus USA Credit Union and LSCU & Affiliates during North Florida Worlds Of Work (WOW) on October 18 and 19, 2023.

The purpose of the two-day WOW event was to encourage, inspire, and inform students, parents and educators of high-demand, high-wage career options in the North Florida region.

This was the first year the event took place in Florida. 3,000 students and 100 business and industry employers were expected to participate.

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