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NEW WAYS TO SAVE AT HIGHER RATES
Goal Maker Savings and Christmas Club Savings

The word "savings" is in our name and it keeps us focused on ways to make savings better for our customers. You've probably heard about our Goal Maker Savings Account for kids.  Every time Baltimore's team makes a passing touchdown, the interest rate goes up on the account.  Whether the team wins or loses the game Goal Maker Savings can't lose since the rate goes up based on passing touchdowns, not on whether the team wins or loses.  This year we've opened the fun up to everyone.  That's right anyone can open one individual or joint Goal Maker Savings Account and watch their interest rate rise through the season!  Talk to your local branch office today for details, open your account with as little as $5 and start watching your interest rate rise!

By the time you read this message, we will have sent Christmas Club checks to about 400 customers, averaging $1,400 each to pay out their Christmas Club Savings account this year.  The interest paid on our Christmas Club accounts is higher than on regular savings and it provides a helpful cushion of cash for holiday shopping each year.  Talk to your local branch to get your high rate Christmas Club started, with only $10 start building your cash cushion for next year's holiday shopping. 







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