RTN sponsors Bravehearts Good Deed Seats to thank those who help others
WALTHAM, MA (July 12, 2018) — This summer, RTN Federal Credit Union is a Worcester Bravehearts Good Deed Seats sponsor. Through this community project with the Bravehearts, the Credit Union is honoring community contacts, partners, members or volunteers because of their good deeds by being invited to attend a Worcester Bravehearts game. Attendees get four tickets for a given night depending on availability. RTN is mentioned at the game as a Good Deed Sponsor, and the Good Deed Seats winners are recognized.
The Worcester Bravehearts are a summer collegiate baseball team based in Worcester that plays in the Futures Collegiate Baseball League (FCBL) of New England. The team’s home games are played at Fitton Field in Worcester.
To date, ten people have attended a Bravehearts game and have been recognized for going out of their way to do something nice or help someone else.
“RTN’s Worcester Bravehearts Good Deed Seats sponsorship is a part of our community activity in the Worcester area,” says Sarita Ledani, Assistant Vice President of Business Development. “We support local projects and initiatives, particularly in communities where RTN Credit Union branches are located. RTN’s Worcester Bravehearts Good Deed Seats sponsorship is a great way to say thanks to individuals who make a difference and help others.” If you know someone you would like to nominate for consideration, go to http://www.worcesterbravehearts.com/contests/deed_seats/
RTN Good Deed Seat winners enjoying the game.
About RTN Federal Credit Union
RTN is a member-owned, not-for-profit financial cooperative committed to helping members achieve financial well-being through quality products and personalized service. Founded in 1945, RTN is one of the largest credit unions in Massachusetts, with over $1 billion in assets, nearly 50,000 members and 18 branches. RTN Federal Credit Union serves more than 1,100 employer groups including two major employers in Massachusetts – Raytheon Technologies and Brigham and Women’s Hospital.