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» Seven Conn. CUs 1st to join multistate Save to Win program
Seven Conn. CUs 1st to join multistate Save to Win program
April 14, 2015
HARTFORD, Conn. (4/15/15)--Seven Connecticut credit unions have joined Save to Win, the multistate prize-linked savings (PLS) program.
Save to Win
, just one form of PLS, promotes positive savings behavior by awarding credit union members with entries into cash-prize raffles for each time they make a deposit.
By making a $25 deposit, members at participating credit unions will be entered into drawings throughout the year and will get chances to win up to $5,000 in cash prizes.
Seven credit unions in Connecticut have teamed up with the Connecticut Credit Union League and
CU Solutions Group to offer Save to Win, which recently expanded to a multistate program.
The seven Connecticut credit unions participating in this program are:
Achieve Financial CU, Berlin;
Connex CU, North Haven;
Dutch Point CU, Wethersfield;
Hartford Healthcare FCU;
Healthcare Financial FCU, New Haven;
Seasons FCU, Middletown; and
Windsor Locks FCU.
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