Celebrate America Saves Week Tonight at Our Twitter Party

February 21, 2012

By Katie Bryan, America Saves communications manager

Join @AmericaSaves, Philip Taylor of @PTMoney and @SallieMae for a Twitter party tonight full of tips for saving money in honor of America Saves Week 2012. This is a great opportunity to share your financial goals and receive advice from experts and other American Savers.

We are so proud of the community of people that have joined together to make saving a priority and look forward to tweeting with everyone tonight.

Need another reason to join the party tonight? Prizes will be given out including a $500 Apple gift card. (YAY!)

Date: Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Time: 8-9pm EST

Hashtag: #SallieMaeSaves

Follow: @AmericaSaves, @ptmoney & @SallieMae

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