The 850 popsicles also commemorate Georgia’s Own Credit Union’s 85th anniversary and the organization’s year-long “85 Acts of Kindness” campaign designed to serve the public good in unique and unexpected ways. Follow #85ActsofKindess on social media for announced initiatives open to the general public, as well exclusive surprises for members of the credit union.
WHO: Georgia’s Own Credit Union
WHAT: Free financial guidance from Georgia’s Own Credit Union and King of Pops popsicles (while supplies last)
WHEN: Monday,April 15, 2019
WHERE: Woodruff Park, 91 Peachtree St. NW, Atlanta, 30303 (MAP)
DETAILS: Interested media are invited to attend on Monday between noon and 1 p.m. at Woodruff Park, which is located adjacent to Georgia’s Own Credit Union’s headquarters at 100 Peachtree in downtown Atlanta. In October 2018, Georgia’s Own Credit Union and Zeller Realty Group’s 100 Peachtree partnered with Central Atlanta Progress/Atlanta Downtown Improvement District grant to make free WiFi available in Woodruff Park, with additional funding from Southwest Airlines’ Heart of the Community.
Georgia’sOwnCredit Union has been a source of full-service banking and financial solutions for Georgians since 1934. Because they’reowned by and report to their members (instead of stockholders), the not-for-profit institution is able to provide lower loan rates and fewer and lower fees than what is typically found in the market, all of which amounts to significant savings for families across the state. The 85-year-old credit union serves metro Atlanta and surrounding areas, as well as Savannah and Augusta, through its 23 branch locations, its contact centers, 24/7 phone banking, as well as its mobile, tablet and online banking platforms. Visit georgiasown.orgto discover more about their variety of lending options, savings platforms, mobile banking and community activities.