Safe Deposit Boxes

Safe Deposit Boxes

 Hey guys! We all have valuables we don’t want to lose or part with, right?  Where do you put these valuables? Do you keep them at home, tucked away in a box you think will never be found, or are they somewhere more secure? Items such as your passport, birth certificate, social security card, and other items should really be kept in a safe location, accessible only to you. Yes, you can buy a safe for your house, but that might not be the safest location. 

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The Power of Reading

The Power of Reading

Happy Friday everybody! I hope you have all had a great week.  If it was anything like mine, it was busy; and I’m certainly glad the weekend is here.  As you look back on this week do you remember any instances where you just weren’t getting along with someone?  Maybe you were in an argument or you just weren’t seeing eye to eye with that person.  Do you wish you could understand that person’s position better, or maybe you want to try to mend the relationship?  Well, it could be as easy as cracking open a book!

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Bucks for Books! - Last Chance

Bucks for Books! - Last Chance

Hey guys!  For most of us it is at least the fourth week of school and I’m sure most of us are feeling the college student financial stress.   Let’s face it, you’ve gone on a few too many late night snack runs or spent all of your money on your textbooks and now you find your wallet feeling a little empty.  If this is true, do you wish you could get some cash to help yourself out?!

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Stay Weird Alabama

Stay Weird Alabama

Hey guys! So, as you all know, last week I was in Austin, Texas for the 2014 Spokester Summit and Credit Union Water Cooler Symposium.   Basically, it was a week of hanging out with the other Spokesters, filming for our collaboration video, and conferences where we learned more about how to better help YOU! It was a lot of fun; and I loved getting to know everybody and how each of our areas is similar and different as well.

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We Shall Never Forget.

We Shall Never Forget.

On September 9, 2001 at 7:45 am CST the first of two hijacked planes hit the World Trade Center in New York City.  It was a moment that changed the face of the world as we knew it, and it has continued to shape the way we live today. For many of us, including myself, war always seemed to be far away.  It never seemed conceivable to me that an attack could happen on US soil; yet it did, and we have never been the same since.

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