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Win up to $2,000 an hour from WestEdge Credit Union (formerly GAPAC)!  They’re the same people-owned credit union that ANYONE in Whatcom County can join…just with a new name.

To celebrate, listen at :25 past every hour from 9:25am through 5:25pm each weekday.  When you hear the WestEdge Vault open, be caller 10 at (360) 676-KAFE.  Guess how much money is in the back of the vault between $100 and $1,000, to the dollar and cent.  We’ll tell you if you’re too high, too low, or ON THE MONEY!  Give us the phrase that pays double, and we’ll double your cash up to $2,000!

To get a text with each hour’s guess and access the phrase that pays double, text the word WESTEDGE to 77000.

Click here for contest rules.

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