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MAX officials present Montgomery’s Mayor Todd Strange with commissioned artwork commemorating 50th anniversary of the Selma Marches. Artwork by John Hodges will adorn a new MAX debit card. Pictured from left to right are MAX AVP of Customer Experience Elton Brooks, Montgomery Mayor Todd Strange, MAX President/CEO Greg McClellan and MAX SVP of Marketing DG Markwell.

The $1.1 billion MAX Credit Union has created a debit card that recalls the 1965 march civil rights march from Selma, Ala., to the state capital in Montgomery.

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