Attorney William Mattar Hosts College Book Contest for 2020 High School Graduates

Posted: June 15, 2020

Attorney William Mattar Hosts College Books Contest for 2020 High School GraduatesOn June 15, 2020, William Mattar law offices will kick off the William Mattar 4 Graduates Contest where 2020 high school graduates can enter to win free college textbooks for the upcoming fall semester. Car accident attorney William Mattar is launching this contest to support students in the community as they begin their college education. Three winners will be randomly selected to each receive $500 toward their textbook purchase for college and university courses.

“At William Mattar, we know that high school graduates will go on to make a difference in our communities. This year has been challenging, and many 2020 high school graduates have missed out on their graduation ceremonies. By hosting the William Mattar 4 Graduates Contest, it’s our way to show our support and congratulate graduates for this great accomplishment as they work toward building their future,” said William Mattar.

No purchase is necessary to enter or win the William Mattar 4 Graduates Contest. In order to be eligible for the contest, you must be a New York State resident and 2020 high school graduate who is enrolled in an accredited college-level course(s) or university or college degree program for the fall 2020 semester. The entry period for the William Mattar 4 Graduates contest begins June 15, 2020 at 12:00 p.m. EST and ends on July 6, 2020 at 11:59 p.m. EST. You may enter the William Mattar 4 Graduates Contest by submitting a contest entry form here:  For full contest terms and conditions, visit:

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