October is Member Appreciation Month – You’re a Cut Above the Rest!
In conjunction with International Credit Union Day on October 18th, Shore to Shore is once again celebrating you, our members, all month long. We have a variety of fun things and ways to win all month, so we hope you’ll stop into say hi and let us thank you for being a member.
Our October events include:
Cut Above The Rest- WIN* A 5 MINUTE SHOPPING SPREE at Trentwood Farms grocery store in November! How? Share how credit unions are a “cut above the rest,” or how S2S has helped you personally on the S2S Facebook page, or stop in at either of our branches and complete an entry form. When you share your story, you’ll be entered for a chance to win this amazing prize.
Ice Cream, Popcorn, and Donuts- Throughout the month of October we’ll be giving away free ice cream/coffee vouchers to Elizabeth Perk/Holy Cow. We’ll also be giving out free popcorn to anyone who stops into our branches on Fridays, and free cider and donuts on Saturdays.
Yes Ma’am - We will hold a bake sale October 1st - 3rd to help support Henry Ford Hospital’s Yes Ma’am program. The Yes Ma’am program provides free mammograms to those without insurance. We will also be raffling off four Yes Ma’am baskets in our branch offices.
AMC Move Ticket Raffle- We will be raffling off AMC Movie Theater tickets every Friday in October. Stop into our branches or follow us on Facebook for your chance to win.
CU Lunch Local- Members can stop into our branches on October 16th from 11 am - 3 pm, and sample food in our lobbies from Champions Sports Grill. We will also be raffling off three $50 gift cards.
Shop for Miracles- Shopping with your Shore to Shore CFCU debit card can help make miracles happen this October. Shore to Shore will donate $0.10 from every debit card transaction made on October 18th to the Children’s Miracle Network through CU4Kids.
Check in all month for additional raffles, giveaways, and prizes. Learn more at www.shore2shorecu.com or stop by your local S2S branch for more information.
*Visit a credit union branch for official rules.
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