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Marquette Bank Supports Teach Children to Save DayNeighborhood Bank offers three ways to encourage and help children to start saving
Orland Park, IL (April 17, 2013) – Teach Children to Save Day is taking place this year on April 23rd and during this time Marquette Bank, a locally-owned neighborhood bank, is encouraging local families to communicate the value of saving money to the young people in their lives. In observance of Teach Children to Save Day, the bank is suggesting tips for raising money-smart kids partnering with Governors State University to help educate children on the importance of saving and is offering a special savings match of $25 on any new Marquette Bank children’s savings accounts for a limited time. “If we want our children’s generation to be savvy money managers, we have to start teaching them the importance of saving now,” Betty Kosky-Harn, Executive Vice President of Retail Banking, said. “Good financial habits can be learned at a young age and we encourage parents to educate their children.” Marquette Bank representatives will be educating the students of Scarlet Oak School in Oak Forest on April 23rd as part of Governors State University’s initiative to help teach cildren on how to save. In addition, Marquette Bank offers the following tips for raising money-smart kids:
For more information on any of the activities that Marquette Bank will be participating in for Teach Children to Save Day, please call 1-888-254-9500. About Teach Children to Save Day: Since its inception in 1997, the American Bankers Association Education Foundation’s Teach Children to Save Day has reached more than 5 million young people with the help of over 120,000 banker volunteers.
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