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Uncle Sam assures summer commuters on CU funds
ALEXANDRIA, Va. (6/11/09)—The National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) Wednesday unveiled its new summer transit bus advertisement campaign aimed at assuring members of the public that their money is safe with credit unions. The campaign began on June 1 and is scheduled to run through Aug.
NCUA commuter bus ad campaign.
31. It will appear on local transit buses in nine major metropolitan areas in three states: Arizona, California, Florida, and the District of Columbia. The ad, featuring a traditional and familiar picture of Uncle Sam-- a symbol of the United States government--with his fingered pointed at the viewer, proclaims, “Your Federally Insured Credit Union Funds are Safe up to $250, 000,” and prominently displays the NCUA logo. The ad will follow commuters around in a total of 1,700 transit buses in the following cities: In Arizona, Phoenix; in California, Sacramento, San Francisco, Santa Clara Valley, Los Angeles, San Diego; in Florida, Tampa and Ft. Myers; and Washington, D.C.


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