Chance for Students to Win $ in the MSW Poster Contest!

January 22, 2014 at 3:43 pm

MSW 2014 Poster Contest Flyer

Once again the Community Bankers of Iowa is sponsoring a poster contest for Money Smart Week (April 5-12, 2014)! For showing Iowa bankers what they know about money, students in 2nd through 6th grades have the chance to win either a $500 Certificate of Deposit (1st place), or a $200 Certificate of Deposit (2nd& 3rd places). This is an increase from the single $200 prize offered in previous years!

As part of Money Smart Week 2014, elementary students can submit poster designs to community banks across Iowa. Posters should answer the question: “There’s a lot to learn about money. What should you know now?”

This year CBI has compiled a Marketing Implementation Kit to assist member banks in hosting the 2014 Money Smart Week Poster Contest. Included in this Marketing Implementation Kit are a Press Release Template, Poster Contest Flyer, Poster Entry Submission Labels, 2014 Money Smart Week Iowa Logo and CBI Logo.

Click below for more information and to download the Marketing Implementation Kit
http://www.cbiaonline.org/2403/mirror/networking-banker-involvement.htm

About these ads

Entry filed under: Upcoming Events. Tags: .

New Tool Available! Check out the 2013 Iowa Income Tax Practice Packet for Students TS Bank Institute and Iowa Bankers Association Awarded


JumpStart Twitter

Archives

RSS AskMrG Blog

  • 10 Tips To Eating Out More Affordably August 20, 2014
    1. Look  for “Kids Night” deals.  Many restaurants offer a special night where kids under 12 eat free or at a greatly reduced price. 1. Share a large entree.  Most meal portions in restaurants are substantially larger than what we are used to at home.  Two people could easily share a portion and neither leave hungry.  This would be good for our waistlines an […]

RSS The Money Godmother’s Blog

  • Money Habits: Can Parents Teach Them? August 20, 2014
    When it comes to managing money, parents want to set a good example for their children. It seems that knowing how to do that is the dilemma. According to a recent survey by T. Rowe Price, about 3 out of 4 parents are hesitant to talk with their kids about finances, even though two-thirds of parents were […]
    moneygodmother

Follow

Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

%d bloggers like this: