Benefits include complimentary remittances, direct deposit, shopping and online bill pay
Online PR News – 21-September-2011 – – LOS ANGELES – September 6, 2011 – 24/7 Card, a financial services company supported by world boxing champion and Philippine congressman Manny Pacquiao, today announced the launch of its Ambassador Program that lets participants test the company’s upcoming product: the powerful new 24/7 Visa Prepaid Debit + Remit Card (“24/7 Card”).
The 24/7 Card is a prepaid debit and remittance card designed for Filipinos and other immigrants living in the United States. The Smarter Way to Bank and Send Money™, the 24/7 Card features a unique one-two combo “Debit + Remit” benefits in one card, offering the convenience of shopping, paying bills and sending money overseas directly from the card account – 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
For a limited time, 24/7 Card Ambassadors can take advantage of many program benefits, including complimentary remittances, free direct deposit, no-fee purchase transactions, and more. Participants will be asked to share their experience using the 24/7 Card and provide feedback through email surveys.
More program details, as well as sign-up information, are available at www.247card.com.
The launch of the 24/7 Card Ambassador Program coincides with the company's appearance at the 20th Annual Festival of Philippine Arts and Culture, which will be held September 10-11 in Point Fermin Park, San Pedro. 24/7 Card will offer on-site sign-ups for the Ambassador Program, along with special giveaways and prizes, including items autographed by Manny Pacquiao.
“The 24/7 Visa Prepaid Debit + Remit Card empowers Filipino-Americans and other immigrants to build their financial strength,” said 24/7 Card CEO, Lance Rosenzweig. “24/7 Card is honored to be supporting Filipino-Americans at this year’s Festival of Philippine Arts and Culture, and offering attendees a special opportunity to be among the first to use our exciting new product.”
About 24/7 Card
24/7 Card (www.247card.com) is a financial services company headquartered in Los Angeles, with operations in Manila, Philippines. The company’s new 24/7 Visa Prepaid Debit + Remit Card was created to meet the personal financial needs of Filipinos and other immigrants in the United States. 24/7 Cardholders can safely and securely pay bills, remit money overseas and shop everywhere Visa Debit Cards are accepted – at home or on the road. 24/7 Card is supported by world boxing champion and Philippine congressman Manny Pacquiao.
About Manny Pacquiao
Born and raised in the Philippines, Manny Pacquiao is a professional boxer and Filipino politician. The first eight-division world champion, Pacquiao has won six world titles, including championship titles in eight weight classes. The current WBO Welterweight World Champion, Pacquiao was also named the “Fighter of the Decade” for the 2000s by the Boxing Writers Association of America. He is widely recognized as the number one pound-for-pound best boxer in the world. Pacquiao is deeply committed to improving quality of life for Filipinos around the world — a commitment he upholds as an elected representative in the House of Representatives in the Philippines.
About Central National Bank
Central National Bank, an FDIC-insured institution, is headquartered in Oklahoma, and is held by Central Services Corporation. There are eight locations throughout the state. The bank reported assets of over $514 million in 2011. Since 2000, CNB has been issuing and processing prepaid cards, and provides standard and custom card programs for employers, universities, financial institutions and other organizations. For more information about any of the Bank’s products, contact Erik Herrera at email@example.com or by phone at 580-213-4406.
About the 20th Festival of Philippine Arts and Culture
The Festival of Philippine Arts and Culture (FPAC) is an annual series of multidisciplinary arts events that takes place in Los Angeles County. The festival includes art exhibits, literary readings, performances and film screenings. The first Festival was held in 1992 at Los Angeles City College, as a project developed by the City of Los Angeles, in efforts to heal the city through cultural gatherings, in light of the L.A. riots. FPAC has since moved to Cabrillo Beach, and then to Point Fermin Park (its current location), and welcomes more than 25,000 attendees, 1,200 artists and 400 volunteers.