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'Miracle Jeans Day' T-shirt Orders Due Sept. 1
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (8/30/13)--Are business-casual Fridays your very favorite work day?  Well, you can do even better if you act by this Sunday.

For a $5 donation to Children's Miracle Network Hospitals by Sept. 1, credit union employees can "earn" the right to wear jeans and participate in Miracle Jeans Day. For a $25 donation, participants also qualify for a Miracle Jeans Day T-shirt.

Miracle Jeans Day is Sept. 18 this year and credit unions across North America will be participating in the charity event that raises funds for 170 children's hospitals. All donations stay local to benefit the member hospital serving the community of the donor.

New for this year is a Credit Unions for Kids version of the Miracle Jeans Day T-shirt. To receive this free T-shirt with your $25 donation, contributions must be received no later than Sept. 1 by phone at  801-214-7452 or online at MiracleJeansDay.com.

From Sept. 2 to12, a $35 donation will be required to receive a free T-shirt; the added amount will help to cover fees for expedited  service. The final day to qualify for a T-shirt is Sept. 12.  To date, more than 1,000 credit unions supporters and employees have purchased these unique Miracle Jeans Day T-shirts.

In 2012, credit unions were the largest supporters of Miracle Jeans Day, with more than 600 credit unions participating in the event. Collectively those credit unions raised over $300,000 for Children's Miracle Network Hospitals.   
 
For more information on participating in Miracle Jeans Day, to order your Credit Unions for Kids T-shirt online, or to learn more about Children's Miracle Network Hospitals, use the resource links below.
 
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