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Philly CUs show support for World Series team
PHILADELPHIA and WARMINSTER, Pa. (10/24/08)--Two Pennsylvania credit unions are showing their support for the Philadelphia Phillies baseball team as it competes in this year’s World Series.
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Philadelphia FCU (PFCU) with branches located throughout the city is showing its support of the Philadelphia Phillies with a special savings certificate promotion. The credit union is so confident that the Phillies will win the World Series that they created a special promotion called the “Red October CD Blast.” For anyone who purchases a PFCU Regular One-Year Savings Certificate from now until Oct. 25, PFCU will lock in a special annual percentage yield (APY) of 3.25%. Participants also get a chance to score in the credit union’s Red October CD Blast. For each game that Philadelphia wins, PFCU will add 50 basis points to the certificate. If Philadelphia wins the series, the certificate will automatically increase to 6 % APY as a special bonus. The minimum purchase is $250 and there is no maximum. The offer is available to new and existing account holders. Philadelphia FCU has $580.9 million in assets.
Click to view larger image Freedom CU employees celebrated the Phillies entrance into the World Series by having a “Phillies Day” Wednesday. All employees wore Phillies jerseys and T-shirts to show their support and enthusiasm for their hometown team. (Photo provided by Freedom CU)
Freedom CU employees celebrated the Phillies entrance into the World Series by having a “Phillies Day” Wednesday. All employees wore Phillies jerseys and T-shirts to show their support and enthusiasm for their hometown team. Freedom Employees were encouraged to wear their Phillies gear in hopes of rallying team spirit and good luck for the team’s first World Series game against the Tampa Bay Rays Wednesday night. The Warminster, Pa.-based Freedom CU has $350 million in assets.


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