Jacquelyn Goss of Pt. Pleasant Wins $1,000 to Pay Off Bills with First Financial and 94.3 The Point – Helping Families First

Wall, N.J. (10/11/12) – Point Pleasant resident, Jacquelyn Goss, received a check for $1,000 as a winner in First Financial Federal Credit Union ( and 94.3 The Point’s “Helping Families First” sweepstakes from Nicole Andretta, First Financial’s E-Marketing Specialist, at the credit union’s Wall office.

Throughout 2012, consumers age 18 years and older can participate in the First Financial promotion at under “contests” and get entered to win $1,000 in a monthly grand prize drawing.  A grand prize winner is randomly selected each month from all qualifying entries on or about the last day of each month.

Ms. Goss said, “I couldn’t believe I won, I’ve never won a contest before! I’m going to take this prize and open up a savings account at First Financial. We are also looking into moving our personal banking accounts here to start a credit union membership!”

“We realize times are tough and people would like to pay down their debt,” said Issa Stephan, President and CEO of First Financial.  “We thought it would be a great opportunity to host a contest with The Point to give them a chance to do so, and have fun at the same time.”

About First Financial Federal Credit Union:

First Financial Federal Credit Union (formerly Mon-Oc Federal Credit Union) is a not-for-profit financial cooperative whose goal is to provide the highest level of quality products and personalized services while maintaining financial integrity and stability.  Our vision is to be a long-term financial partner with our Members. While First Financial has a highly trained, professional staff using the latest technology, we also pride ourselves on our personal touch. Unlike huge banking conglomerates, policy setting and overall strategic direction of First Financial are overseen by a volunteer Board of Directors made up of credit union members. The credit union is federally insured by the NCUA. For more information on First Financial, visit

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