Grow Financial Partners with The University of South Florida

Introduces Text to Win Promotion!

TAMPA, FL (August 26, 2013) — Grow Financial recently announced their continued partnership with The University of South Florida for the upcoming 2013 football season.  Grow Financial has been working with The University of South Florida for more than nine years.

New this year, Grow Financial will feature a text to win promotion during the game.  During the first quarter of each home game, fans sitting in the rows M, O, R and E (spelling out the word “more”) in a randomly selected section will be asked to pay attention to the video board to participate in the promotion.  Questions will be asked centered around USF college football history and college football history in general where fans will then have the chance to text in the correct answer.  Winners will be calculated at halftime, and at the start of the third quarter, members of USF athletics will distribute prizes to the fans that won that will include items like Grow Financial swag or gift cards.

“We’re very proud to continue our support with the University of South Florida again this year.  We look forward to introducing the Grow Financial brand to new fans and hopefully gain more new members,” said Allen Milliron, Director of Corporate Sponsorships.

In addition to working with the University of South Florida’s athletic department, the Credit Union also actively participates in the university’s undergraduate and MBA programs.

About Grow Financial
With 21 branches, and one more in development, Grow Financial Federal Credit Union is recognized as one of the leading Credit Unions in the nation, and has $1.9 billion in assets.  Originally founded to provide a safe place to save and borrow money for the military and civilian personnel of MacDill Air Force Base, Grow Financial has since expanded membership to include employees of more than 1,100 businesses.  Established in 1955, Grow Financial has its corporate headquarters in Tampa, Florida. For more information visit

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