2022 Bengals Kickoff College Savings Winners With Who Dey, Ohio's 529 Plan executive director Tim Gorrell

The Cincinnati Bengals and Ohio’s 529 Plan have teamed up again during 2022 to help fans of the Bengals and college savings score a touchdown for their children’s higher education. 

One lucky fan received the grand prize of a $10,000 college savings award which he placed in his son’s CollegeAdvantage Direct 529 account.

Patrick Burke, the grand-prize winner received his $10,000 college savings award before the kickoff of the Bengals’ Jan. 8, 2023, home game, against the Baltimore Ravens.

Ten runners-up will receive a piece of autographed Bengals footballs.

Here’s the list of the 11 lucky Cincinnati Bengals fans who were randomly selected as winners*:

Grand-prize winner: Patrick Burke

Ten runners-up

  • Andrew Pratt
  • Dave Essinger
  • Jack Stewart
  • David Rodgers
  • Tim Salyers
  • Amy Naylor
  • Jennifer Bland
  • Scott Leicht
  • Sharyl Pickering
  • Allison Fitchpatrick

Congratulations to all our winners! Thank you to everyone who participated.

And congratulations to the Bengals for clinching their ticket to the AFC Championship Game with their win over the Buffalo Bills Jan. 22! Ohio’s 529 Plan wishes you all the best in the Jan. 29 game against the Kansas City Chiefs.

Would you like to win a college savings award for your own CollegeAdvantage 529 Plan? Visit our blog page, and follow us on Facebook for announcements of future giveaways.

For more than 33 years, Ohio’s 529 Plan, CollegeAdvantage, has been helping families across the nation save for their children’s education after high school. Ohio’s 529 Plan covers qualified costs at any four-year college or university, two-year community college, trade or vocational school, apprenticeship approved by the U.S. Labor Department, or certificate program nationwide that accepts federal financial aid. Start, add, or give a gift with as little as $25 at CollegeAdvantage.com.

Please note that the list of winners is subject to change.

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