Keller Williams $50,000 Closer To Home Sweepstakes - Contest Has Ended
Agent Status for Patrick Donegan:
Apr 01, 2014 - We needed more than 1800 entries to pull into the lead and help out ShelterBoxUSA with a $20,000 donation. Although we probably did not achieve our goal, we will continue working to send money to this great organization!
Bonus: Win a $100 Starbucks Gift Card when you help your family members and friends install the app on their device. See details at the bottom of this page. 



$100 Starbucks® Gift Card:  Contest Ended 3/31/2014

Help someone else install the app following the instructions at the top of this page, then email me using the "Contact Agent" button from within the app on THEIR device and include:
  1. The name of the person you helped, and their email address
  2. In the body of the note, include your name and email address
I will respond to the note at the end of the day to confirm that your install was counted. You must use the links provided on this page in order for the email to reach me. The person who has the most installs attributed to them by 5PM PST on Mar 31, 2014 will be rewarded with a $100 Starbucks® Card. NO MINIMUM # of Entries REQUIRED - updated 2/1/2014. The official rules for the $50,000 Closer To Home Sweepstakes apply -- The winner must be at least 18 years old and a legal U.S. resident. In case of a tie, winner will be chosen randomly from those who reached the highest number of installs.
THE WINNER OF THE $100 Starbucks® Gift Card Is Stephanie Grisales of Coral Springs, Florida! 
Updated 11:04PM PST, 04/10/2014
*Starbucks® is not a sponsor nor supporter of this promotion. A reward of equal value may be substituted, if the winner so desires - this pertains only to the $100 Starbucks Gift Card portion of this page.
Patrick Donegan, KELLER WILLIAMS® Tri-Valley Realty

Patrick Donegan

Ofc: (925) 825-3444
Cell: (925) 825-3444

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