Credit Union contest gives away gold bullion

Island Savings Credit Union is saying thank you to its members this year by giving away pure gold.

Island Savings Credit Union is saying thank you to its members this year by giving away pure gold.

The Let it Gold holiday contest, which runs Dec. 23, gives Islanders an opportunity to win gold bullion. It is a departure from the credit union’s previous year end activities, and responds to relevant trends in today’s economy.

Members are invited to enter the contest via holiday e-card, when they sign in to their online banking accounts, or when they complete a ballot at their branch.

Islanders who join the credit union during the contest period will automatically have a chance to win when they sign up for an account.

Island Savings isn’t forgetting about its commitment to helping families, however.

Each branch location has set up a hamper to collect non-perishable items for food banks and is donating $25 for every 45 kilograms of food received.

To learn more about the campaign and Island Savings’ holiday food drive, please visit www.iscu.com.

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