06 Dec National Apple Technology Giveaway
Class 101 sponsors National Apple Tech Giveaway
Current students have the opportunity to enter a drawing for several Apple products
22 years ago, Class 101 Founder and CEO Tom Pabin began his college planning firm when he followed a calling to help students navigate the college planning process and help make college an affordable option for families. 22 years later, that dream continues. With 45 locations nationwide, Class 101 college planning advisors have helped over 3,200 students earn over $357,964,000 in scholarships, study and prepare over 11,000 ACT/SAT tests, and attend over 300 colleges around the world. In the last year alone, the company has added 11 new college planning locations.
Many students discover Class 101 and its mission of empowering students, serving parents, and inspiring greatness by talking to current students. In fact, with the onset of digital marketing and social media, word of mouth remains the main source of contact to reach new students.
Now, Class 101 college planning advisors have an opportunity to thank its current students for being brand ambassadors and helping to spread the word about the services available to them. From now until January 5th, Class 101 is offering current students the opportunity to win Apple products. For each referral, the student’s name will be entered into a drawing for Apple products. An iPhone X, two pairs of Airpods, and two Series 5 Apple Watches will be given away. The more students referred, the greater the chance of winning. Names can be given directly to the student’s college planning advisor or entered directly at https://www.class101.com/apple-referral-program/.
“We are honored to work with many accomplished students. They are already making their mark in the world through their service to communities, their success in the classroom, their achievements in athletics, and their pursuit off their college goals,” says Pabin. “We are humbled by their appreciation and their assistance in spreading our message to their peers.”