Honor Credit Union Awarding Cash for Creativity Through 4th Annual Video Challenge

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Your classroom could be the next big winner with Honor Credit Union’s 4th Annual Video Challenge.

Negaunee, MI –  January 28, 2015  –  We all know our kids’ classrooms could use a little extra funding from time to time. Honor Credit Union’s 4th Annual Honor Video Challenge gives students a way to put their skills to work and earn cash for two lucky classrooms based on videos submitted that showcase Honor’s commitment to the communities they serve!

The first place video wins $3,000 and gets to be featured in Honor’s advertising. The second place video wins $1,000 for their classrooms and also gets to be featured on Honor’s YouTube channel. Deadline for submissions is Friday, April 15th, 2016.

All ages of students in both public and private schools are invited to participate in the 4th Annual Honor Video Challenge. Videos must be created, filmed, and edited by the students to be eligible. Creative freedom is encouraged as long as the video maintains focus on Honor Credit Union’s commitment to the community.

Students may reach out to the Honor Credit Union marketing department or branch teams for any questions regarding Honor’s involvement in the community. For more details on this fun and rewarding contest, including official rules, regulations, and instructions for video submission, visit www.honorcu.com/honor-video-challenge.

Last year, Ishpeming High School’s broadcast communications class won First Place in the Annual Video Challenge. Take a look at their submission:

Dedicated to reinvesting in our communities, Honor Credit Union’s employees donate countless hours of volunteer work throughout the communities they serve. You’ll find the Honor team volunteering at community events, staffing concessions and organizing halftime contests at local high school sports events, donating new jerseys to high school teams, participating in events like the Iron Range Roll and the YMCA Healthy Kids Day, sponsoring a night of music at Blues Fest, and supporting our local teachers and students through student credit unions and special contests.

Everywhere you look, you’ll see the Honor team giving back to their members and helping us build stronger communities. Take a look at Honor’s commitment to our local community in the photo gallery below. Thanks, Honor Credit Union!

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