Financial Literacy for Everyone

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Tennessee Titans three-time Pro Bowler Frank Wycheck, Tennessee State Treasury and Regions Bank played Visa’s Financial Football at the FCCLA Leadership Conference on July 5. In 2016, Visa and the Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) announced their partnership to help high school students sharpen their fiscal skills. Visa’s award-winning financial education materials will be offered as part of the FCCLA’s financial education program. Financial Fitness seeks to inform and inspire teens to sharpen their money management, consumerism and financial planning skills. Materials from Practical Money Skills are made available to all of FCCLA’s 160,000 plus members in more than 5,400 chapters across the United States.

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FCCLA Leadership Conference participants got pumped up for a game of Financial Football.

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Tennessee Titans three-time Pro Bowler Frank Wycheck, Area President of Middle Tennessee Regions Financial Corporation Jim Schmitz, Director of the Tennessee Financial Literacy Commission Bill Parker and Visa’s Head of U.S. Financial Education Hugh Norton joined teens in a game of Financial Football at the FCCLA Leadership Conference.

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Tennessee Titans three-time Pro Bowler Frank Wycheck high-fives students at the FCCLA Leadership Conference for answering Financial Football questions correctly to advance down the field.

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Tennessee Titans three-time Pro Bowler Frank Wycheck joined Visa, Regions Bank and the Tennessee State Treasury to play Financial Football at the 2017 FCCLA Leadership Conference.

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Bill Parker, Director of the Tennessee Financial Literacy Commission coached teens at the 2017 FCCLA Leadership Conference.

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Former FCCLA Chair Elliot Johnson helps teens answer Financial Football questions.