Financial Services Conference Social Media Ambassador Application

Consumer Federation of America Financial Services Conference
Thursday, November 30-Friday, December 1, 2017

Washington Plaza Hotel
10 Thomas Circle NW, Washington, DC

Non-profit registration fee: $110 waived

Thank you for your interest in CFA's Financial Services Conference Social Media Ambassador program. This year, America Saves is giving a small number of social media influencers who plan to live tweet the program on Friday, December 1, the opportunity to attend the conference for free. 

In addition to complimentary registration, social media ambassadors will be provided reserved front-row seating.

Why are we doing this? America Saves is pleased to announce that America Save's annual National Savings Forum will now be a featured session and luncheon at the conference. We are excited for this partnership to expand the network of stakeholders we can reach with the latest innovations in motivating saving in low- and moderate-income households, and are looking for our most influential partners to help us share what they learn.

Social media ambassadors sponsored by America Saves must be able to attend both sessions hosted by the campaign on Friday, December 1:

  • The Potential for Employers to Facilitate Non-Retirement Saving (11:15a-12:15p)
  • Luncheon: Can Fintech Promote More Effective Personal Saving? (12:30-2p)

Please submit the application below for consideration. Can't see the form? Click here. Questions? Contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


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