Financial Literacy for Everyone

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Using sports as a vehicle to help teach young people about the importance of developing personal finance skills, former NFL Pro-Bowler and Super Bowl Champion Greg Jennings coached a group of Twin Cities area high school students in a different kind of football – Financial Football. Jennings was assisted by representatives from U.S. Bank, the Minnesota Jump$tart Coalition for Personal Financial Literacy and Visa.

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Great day with students from Maranatha Christian Academy, Robbinsdale Armstrong High School, Robbinsdale Cooper High School, Paladin Career & Technical High School, Coon Rapids High School, and Buffalo High School with Visa, Super Bowl Champion and 2-time Pro Bowler Greg Jennings, reps from U.S. Bank, and the Minnesota Jump$tart Coalition.

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Visa’s Hugh Norton, Head of Financial Education, kicked off an exciting Financial Football event with students in Minneapolis.

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Super Bowl Champion and 2-time Pro Bowler, Greg Jennings talks to students about financial literacy.

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Super Bowl Champion and 2-time Pro Bowler, Greg Jennings.

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Reba Dominski, Chief Social Responsibility Officer of U.S. Bank talks to Twin Cities teens about the importance of saving.

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Twin Cities high school students get pumped up playing Visa’s Financial Football.

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Super Bowl Champion and 2-time Pro Bowler, Greg Jennings.

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Visa’s Hugh Norton applauds students who are celebrating scoring a touchdown playing Financial Football.

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U.S. Bank’s Reba Dominski applauds students for answer Financial Football, questions correctly.

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Visa’s Hugh Norton, Head of U.S. Financial Education, supported Twin Cities Market President of U.S. Bank Phillip Trier at Visa’s Financial Football event with Minnesota teens.

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Super Bowl Champion and 2-time Pro Bowler, Greg Jennings coaches students playing Financial Football.

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