DAYTON, Ohio – What better way to inspire kids to save thanteaching them how they can earn money?

During National Credit Union Youth Week Universal 1 Credit Uniondemonstrated to young children age six to 12 (and attendingparents) that it is never too early to find a job -from doingchores around the house and yard and taking care of pets, topracticing their music lessons there are plenty of opportunities toearn and save money.

The children were wide eyed as they began the fun of creating“chore ticket” books. They had an assortment of stickers and artsupplies to use to illustrate the chores they would perform, andthey worked with their parents and the credit union marketing teamto assign chore fees. They also crafted a special deposit envelopeto collect their chore money in between trips to the creditunion.

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