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CU System Briefs (10/29/2010)
* TRUMBULL, Conn. (11/1/10)--Personal Care America FCU, a $16.5 million-asset credit union, based in Trumbull, Conn., wrapped up its first annual Souper Bowl Warm-up on Oct. 20. Two “teams” of credit union employees took names from both the National Football Conference and the American Football Conference “played” each other for the right to play in the “Souper Bowl,” which will conclude in November. The premise was straight forward; the teams scored points when someone donated a new pair of socks, gloves or a hat; one point for each item. A team will score during the “Souper Bowl” when a food item is donated. The New York Giants beat the Philadelphia Eagles while the New England Patriots lost to the New York Jets. The Giants and the Jets are now engaged in an “epic” battle for the “Souper Bowl” title. Credit union President/CEO John E. Keet Jr. said almost 150 items were donated to The Community Closet in Bridgeport which supports local shelters and charities …


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