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CAP COM Launches “Live Life, Give Local” Campaign and Cash Sweepstakes



CAP COM Federal Credit Union and its charitable giving arm, the CAP COM Cares Foundation, have launched a summertime sweepstakes: Live Life, Give Local. The campaign seeks to rally Capital Region residents around giving back to the community while attracting new members to the credit union.

Five winners will receive $1,000 and donate another $1,000 to a local charity of their choice, courtesy of CAP COM. Anyone can enter Live Life, Give Local – by either by opening a new checking account for an automatic entry, or by entering online at www.capcomfcu.org/livelife. The campaign runs through August 31, 2018.

A culture of giving back to the community is the hallmark of CAP COM, its members, and employees. The Live Life, Give Local program engages people to expect great things from their financial institution.

“Put your money where your heart is,” are words to live by for Amanda Goyer, CAP COM Community Relations Manager. “When you bank with CAP COM, you’re doing more than giving your funds a place to live. You’re aligning with a financial institution that strengthens neighborhoods, and believes in the potential of you.”

Live Life, Give Local winners will be asked to select a local, nonprofit, 501(c) (3) charitable organization to receive their donation. For official rules and ways to enter, visit www.capcomfcu.org/livelife

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