GREENSBORO, N.C. — The BizKid$–and the credit union brand–are about to make a big splash on public television in the Carolinas and Virginia next month as a result of contracts signed this week with major Public Broadcasting System outlets in Raleigh with coverage now extending into Charlotte and Myrtle Beach, the Carolinas Credit Union Foundation reported Friday.

“We’re really excited about finalizing deals we’ve made to underwrite the BizKid$ ads on behalf of credit unions in North and South Carolina,” said John Slack, president/CEO of the foundation which serves the North and South Carolina Credit Union Leagues.

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