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Metro Business Report December 21, 2010

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This is Lane Beattie, president of the Salt Lake Chamber, with your Metro Business Report.

Mountain America Credit Union recently presented the Utah Jump$tart Coalition a check for ten thousand dollars to continue its work in training Utah teachers on financial education for youth.

Mountain America was a founding member of the Utah Jump$tart Coalition, which was formed in 2000. Member organizations share a commitment to the financial education of youth. Its mission is to raise awareness of the need for personal finance fundamentals, enhance the effectiveness of personal financial education, promote responsible fiscal attitudes and behaviors, and encourage networking and cooperative efforts among business, community, government and education.

With roots dating back to the 1930s, Mountain America Credit Union is a tradition for many members. Today the credit union serves more than 343-thousand members and has over two-point-eight billion dollars in assets.

This is Lane Beattie for KSL News Radio.

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