National Credit Union Youth Week
April 21-27, 2013 - Youth Become Savings Sleuths This April
What kid wouldn’t want to throw on a trench coat, dust off an old magnifying glass and slap on a play mustache to become a detective for a day? Children everywhere are intrigued by the thrill of mysteries and the detectives that solve them. Little do these kids know they also have the ability to tap into detective mode by investigating ways to save.
Introducing children to their inner savings sleuth will help lead them down the path of saving. Visit United Educators Credit Union during the week of April 21-27 and help us celebrate National Credit Union Youth Week™. This year's theme, "Savings Sleuth, Solve the Mystery,™" shows youth and teens how UECU can help them use their own instincts and credit union resources to meet financial goals.
So stop by and get in on the action at our Youth Week events:
Stop into any of our branches to open a youth account, grab a cupcake, and pick up financial literacy brochures and activities.
If you open a youth account during the week of April 21-27 your child will be given an age appropriate financial literacy book.
Children can also be entered into a drawing for a set of financial literacy themed books by completing one or more of the following*:
- Open a youth account
- Deposit into an existing youth account
- Complete a savings sleuth worksheet (Elementary Age , Middle School Age , High School Age
- Donate $1 to Children’s Miracle Network
* This bonus may be subject to IRS reporting; 1099 MISC form will be postmarked by 1/31/2014 if your total bonuses accumulated from United Educators Credit Union for the year 2013 equal or exceed $600. One book set will be randomly drawn from received entries.
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