Classrooms can win money in Honor Credit’s video challenge

Two classrooms from area schools have a chance to win as much as $3,000 during Honor Credit Union’s fourth annual Honor Video Challenge.

The first place video will win $3,000 and be featured in Honor’s advertising. The second place video will win $1,000 and be featured on the credit union’s YouTube channel.

All ages of students in both public and private schools can participate. Videos must be created, filmed and edited by the students to be eligible.

The focus of this year’s challenge is “Honor in the Community.” Videos must showcase Honor Credit Union’s commitment to the communities it serves, and creative freedom is encouraged.

Students are also welcome to reach out to the Honor Credit Union marketing department or branch teams for any questions regarding Honor’s involvement in the community.

More details, including official rules and regulations and instructions on submitting a video, are available at www.honorcu.com/honor-video-challenge.

Honor Credit Union serves more than 57,000 members across the State of Michigan. Providing solutions for financial success and giving back to the communities it serves remain the driving forces behind Honor Credit Union.

For more information call (800) 442-2800, or visit www.honorcu.com

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