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Maines Fall Share It campaign begins
WESTBROOK, Maine (9/1/10)--The Maine Credit Union League kicked off its Share It! Fall Campaign, which invites members to share their favorite Shared Branching moment or why they love Shared Branching. Members can submit comments through Facebook or www.mainecreditunions.org for a chance to win $500 or a global positioning system. The Share It! Prize Patrol also can be conducted by credit union branch staff. Each participating branch will receive $60 with campaign envelopes to split between three members. Credit unions that participate can win $500 for their favorite charity by entering a script or photos of how it presented Shared Branching and the Prize Patrol money to members. The most creative entry will win, the league said. There were a record 70,000 Shared Branching transactions in Maine during July, the league said. Shared Branching allows members to use other credit unions’ ATMs or branches to conduct financial transactions.


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