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Pittsburgh Area Resident Wins $15,000 In Online Sweepstakes
Date:12/18/2008

tsburgh Club. To celebrate that, we are making additional donations to one of our targeted national non-profit organizations, Meals on Wheels."

The sweepstakes was launched in October with a goal of reaching 50,000,000 hits to the website before going through the selection process of announcing the Grand Prize and First Place winners.

Three First Place winners have also been selected. Each will receive checks for $350.

ActiveAmericans.com, headquartered in Hudson, OH, is a lifestyle website appealing to adults 50 and over. Since its launch in January, 2008, it has grown rapidly to an average of 1,000,000 hits daily. It has become a trusted source of information on critical issues facing Active Americans, including personal finances, medical developments and insurance.

AAC does not accept money from any connected with these industries, nor does it sell or rent its membership list to anyone for any reason.

Haycraft explained, "Our members earn points for visiting and participating. Points are exchanged for cash and other rewards. Since January, we have distributed almost $100,000 back to members through our rewards program and donations.
"This is unheard of from most small companies, much less a start-up less than a year old.
"We see other organizations preying on the 50+ population. We do the exact opposite: we invest in them. Our membership is free. Our promises to them are inviolate."

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