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Northfield Savings introduces Moola Hoopla

first_imgNORTHFIELD SAVINGS BANK ADDS BOUNCE TO HALFTIME AT CATS GAMESMoola Hoopla Gives Fans A Chance To Win $50,000 $25,000 For TheShooter And $25,000 For The Victory ClubNorthfield, VermontJanuary 10, 2005Vermont Catamount fans havesomething new to cheer for at half time as Cats sponsor NorthfieldSavings Bank rolls out Moola Hoopla this week. At all men and womensregular season home games, one lucky spectator will have a chance to win$50,000–$25,000 cash for the participant and $25,000 which will bedonated to the Vermont Catamount Victory Club.The randomly selected fan must sink two consecutive shots from a place oftheir choice on the court. The catch is that they must sink one shot ineach basket from that spot.Vermont Athletics enjoys such widespread support among Vermonters that wewanted to offer an exciting promotion that would be fun to watch, andbenefit both the fans and the Athletic Department, says Patricia Sears,Senior Marketing Manager of Northfield Savings Bank. This approach ofrewarding a fan AND contributing to the University is consistent withNSBs policy of donating 10% of our profits back to Vermont communityorganizations, adds Sears.Moola Hoopla is a great partnership between two outstandinginstitutional members of Vermonts community Northfield Savings bank andthe University of Vermont. “We are fortunate to have such a greatpartnership with Northfield Savings Bank. Moola Hoopla is a very excitingpromotion for our fans and has added even more energy to our gameentertainment,” comments Krista Balogh, Director of Marketing & Promotionsfor Vermont Athletics.last_img read more

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first_imgCOAST Guard staff and volunteers are to issue children with plastic ID bands in a bid to prevent the repeat of the chaos on Rossnowlagh beach last year.A child went missing on the famous strand amid fears he was in the water during last July’s heat wave.Thousands of people in their cars caused gridlock on the beach when they all tried to leave at the same time as the tide came in. The Sligo 118 rescue helicopter and lifeboat crews were forced to scramble to the beach in an attempt to find the child who later turned up safe and well.“With the beach weather hopefully sticking around for a while Irish Coast Guard units around the country have started distributing wristbands for children under the “Give us a hand” campaign,” said Dara O’Malley-Daly from Malin Head Coast Guard station.“The wristbands which are disposable allow parents/ guardians to write their phone number on it and place on a child’s hand.“If the child gets lost the phone number can be contacted and everyone reunited quickly, minimising the need for a large scale search and undue concern for parents. The wristbands are free and made of Tyvek material which is durable and waterproof. “Coast Guard units around the country are distributing the wristbands at coastal/ inland waterway locations. They are also making them available for collection at lifeguard stations and public buildings like libraries.” CHILDREN TO BE ISSUED WITH ID BANDS TO PREVENT REPEAT OF ROSSNOWLAGH SEARCH was last modified: June 17th, 2014 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:childrendonegalID bandsIrish Coast GuardRossnowlaghlast_img read more

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