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Youth Week Saving Challenge site now live
MADISON, Wis. (1/25/08)--The website for this year’s Credit Union National Association (CUNA) National Credit Union Youth Week Saving Challenge is now live. This year, registered credit unions will receive a free, customizable web page. CUNA is offering credit unions a Web page because youth are credit unions’ future, and youth go online, according to Joanne Sepich, youth week coordinator. With the Web page, youth will have access to games, activities, videos and stories in Googolplex, an online magazine about personal finance for youth. Links to the pages will be provided at registration. Registration for affiliated credit unions is free. The saving challenge will be held during National Credit Union Youth Week, April 20-26. CUNA will offer $100 in cash prizes to random youth at 10 participating credit unions. Credit unions are encouraged to set savings goals and report their results by noon CST May 1. For more information, use the link.
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