Netherfield branch are box clever
Our Netherfield branch has boxed off another initiative - by putting our ever popular ‘mascot money boxes’ on display in the local community centre.
Robin Hood, Maid Marian, the Sheriff of Nottingham and Friar Tuck now have pride of place in a cabinet in St. George’s Centre on Victoria Road.
The colourful quartet has already attracted lots of attention, particularly from local youngsters. For those interested in getting their hands on one the key is opening one of the society’s Robin Hood Young Saver accounts.
The account, which aims to inspire the next generation to become ‘savings legends’, can be opened with as little as £1 and children receive a pack of goodies including a Robin Hood money box. They receive the other money boxes, one at a time, for every subsequent £500 saved.
Customer reviewer Wayne Curtis said: “The money boxes have already become the talk of the town and anyone interested in getting their hands on one can come and talk to us about opening an account any time.
“The Robin Hood Young Saver account is extremely popular as it offers a very competitive rate and is a fun way of introducing the younger generation to the importance of saving.
“I reckon that in years to come the money boxes will become collectors’ items so people should snap them up whilst they can!”
Emma Weisz, a customer adviser at our Netherfield branch, gives the money boxes a new home at the St. George’s Centre.
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