MILWAUKEE, July 31, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- David Kingsdale of Los Angeles won the Northwestern Mutual NCAA® Men's College World Series® Bracket Contest for baseball, the company announced today. Kingsdale will receive a $500 gift card to the NCAA Shop, while one additional randomly selected participant will receive a $100 gift card to the NCAA Shop.
"Congratulations to our College World Series bracket winner David on his excellent picks," said Conrad York, vice president of marketing at Northwestern Mutual. "We are proud to have brought extra fanfare to the tournament, and we look forward to meeting other great college sports fans as we move ahead to future contests."
In June, Northwestern Mutual gave fans the opportunity to fill out their brackets to predict the winners of the 2013 NCAA Men's College World Series. The contest was part of an ongoing series by the NCAA partner to extend the excitement normally associated with Division I Men's Basketball to other key championships.
About Northwestern Mutual
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About the NCAA
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SOURCE Northwestern Mutual