To show school spirit for their favorite high school, students have come up with the latest designs for Purdue Federal Credit Union’s debit cards.
The cards are original designs created by Benton Central student Caleb Owens, Central Catholic student Nathan Budny, Faith Christian student Theodora Yu and McCutcheon student Travis Baugh for a high school debit card design contest hosted by Purdue Federal, according to the $700 million CU in West Lafayette, Ind.
Purdue Federal said the winning designs exhibit school spirit and were voted upon by the schools’ communities. Each winner received a $500 Purdue Federal Visa gift card.
The four new card designs, as well as designs for Harrison and Jefferson high schools, are available at Purdue Federal branches. Current checking account members may switch to a new card design at no charge. Other individuals may apply for a checking account with debit card at any branch, by phone, or online at purduefed.com.