Ohio members begin saving money through Bucks for Buckeyes

Published by: Emily Leite

March 4, 2020 | Uncategorized

As member-focused cooperatives, credit unions offer services and programs designed to generate greater member financial wellness, like helping members build emergency savings. And for CME FCU, Day Air CU, Educational Community Alliance CU, and soon Firelands FCU, being a credit union member means earning more throughout the year just by saving through Bucks for Buckeyes. As the state’s first prize-linked savings product, 12 lucky Bucks for Buckeyes winners will be awarded more than $1,000 in Ohio’s inaugural April 2020 drawing just by saving $20 or more in March. Help your Ohio peers live the credit union mission by advancing the financial wellness of more than 3 million members through Bucks for Buckeyes.

If you have questions about prize-linked savings or would like to learn more about Ohio’s program, contact Senior Vice President of Advocacy Emily Leite.

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