Union Bank and KLKN TV team up to help families in need
Union Bank & Trust's Magic Moments Program to Help Lincoln Families in Need
Union Bank is currently running its tenth annual "Magic Moments" program. Magic Moments is a great opportunity to give back to the community by granting special requests to individuals and families who are less fortunate than others. With the help of Lincoln area residents, we can identify those who are most in need of special assistance.
Community members are encouraged to submit nominations on behalf of neighbors, friends or family who are in need and deserving of a special favor. Ten individuals will receive their wishes on each business day from December 5 through 18.
"We introduced the Magic Moments program in 2003 as a great opportunity to give back to the community and do something for individuals and families in need. It's such a rewarding program – we're looking forward to brightening the holidays for this year's recipients," said Kevin Keller, First Vice President—Marketing of Union Bank & Trust Company.
Nominations for the 2012 program will be accepted through November 16. There are several ways to submit a nomination:
Complete the online nomination form at www.ubt.com
Pick up a nomination form at any Lincoln Union Bank location
Send a nomination letter to:
Union Bank & Trust
Attn: Marketing (Magic Moments)
P.O. Box 82535, Lincoln, NE 68501
Fax your nomination to (402) 323-1791
The nomination letter should include the name, address and phone number of the person that is nominated, along with a detailed story and description of their need or wish. The person submitting the nomination should also include their name, address and phone number.
Nominate someone you know and help us celebrate 10 years, 100 unforgettable moments and endless magic. More information and nomination forms are available online at www.ubt.com.
Special thanks to KLKN-TV and Three Eagles Communications for teaming up with Union Bank to help communicate the Magic Moments program.
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