Press Release by: Cathryn Lamb / PR & Social Media Coordinator – Campus Live Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
LUBBOCK, TX – Campus Live and First United Bank announced a new partnership focusing on monthly Smart Money Tips.
Each monthly Smart Money Tips segments will provide fun and engaging tips that break down simple financial advice in short videos. Tips will include topics from credit building, car financing, student debt payment, mortgage tips and more.
Campus Live TV is a platform where current news can be broadcasted by the team at Campus Live. The news covers everything Texas Tech and Lubbock.
Along with the Monthly Smart Money Tips, Campus Live and First United Bank will be launching community events called Community Connect, where a free happy hour to professionals in the Lubbock community will be provided. This event will create an opportunity to bring the professional community together.
The event will highlight products and services provided by First United Bank and Spirit Mortgage. Campus Live will announce when the events will take place on their social media outlets.
“We are happy to be partnering with a banking partner in the Lubbock community, who truly reflects the values of the people in West Texas,” says Campus Live Owner, Marcus Pauda. “Our partnership together will bring the business professional community together while providing unique monthly tips on financial advice.”
First United Bank has been a trusted bank in West Texas since 1907. Their mission statement states they are dedicated to promoting the Spirit of West Texas and devoted to cultivating genuine personal relationships by partnering with our customers to fulfill unique financial needs.
“First United Bank and Spirit Mortgage are excited to partner with Campus Live to bring relevant and engaging financial content to the collegiate and young professional market in Lubbock,” says First United Bank Director of Marketing, Amy Punchard.
“We understand that banking is not the most fun subject, but this partnership presents a great opportunity for us to help people feel more confident in their financial decisions. And, like the Campus Live audience, we love Texas Tech! Wreck ‘Em!”