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$15,000 Winner Call

Each week leading up until Christmas, Dave gave away up to $15,000 cash live on The Dave Ramsey Show. This final week's winner was Norm from California.

Listen in as Dave tells Norm he's just won $15,000! Norm is so excited and can't stop laughing.

And with that, the Christmas Cash Giveaway is over. All in all, Dave gave away over $100,000 worth of cash and prizes.

Listen to Dave's Call with $15,000 Winner Norm

Make sure to listen to winner's calls from each week:

Week 1: Cecelia
Week 2: Julie
Week 3: Debbie
Week 4: Chris
Week 5: Bob
Week 6: Denise

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