Aventa Credit Union to participate in Money Smart Week
COLORADO SPRINGS, CO (April 8, 2015) — Aventa Credit Union will be participating in Money Smart Week April 18 – 25, 2015 by hosting six financial literacy seminars in Pueblo and providing financial literacy information in Colorado Springs.
In Pueblo, Aventa will be offering Budgeting and Identity Theft seminars at several Pueblo City-County Library branches throughout Money Smart Week and will also host a Budgeting seminar at Pueblo Community College. For dates, times and locations, please visit aventa.com. Aventa will also be providing Financial Literacy information at all Pikes Peak Library branches in Colorado Springs.
“Money Smart Week gives us a good opportunity to get out into the communities in which we serve and provide free financial education to those who desire it. We want Aventa Credit Union to be seen as the resource to go to when financial literacy is needed and offer a variety of topics in which to choose from,” said Karin Kovalovsky, VP of Corporate Communications and Marketing.
Money Smart Week is being led by the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago and was created to provide free financial education to people of all ages and walks of life. To find out more information on Money Smart Week, please visit MoneySmartWeek.org.
Aventa Credit Union was founded in 1957 by the Colorado Springs Utilities Department. Today, Aventa has grown to more than 21,000 members and $160 million in assets. The credit union offers a wide-variety of financial products and services throughout their branches in Colorado Springs, Pueblo and the San Luis Valley.