It's a Party and YOU are Invited! Learn how to get "Money Chic" this Holiday Season!

Twitter Party Invite: Join the NFCC and GLO and Get “Money Chic” This Holiday Shopping Season!

Please join Girls’ Lunch Out, and the National Foundation for Credit Counseling on Tuesday, December 4 at 9 pm ET to talk about holiday spending, get holiday spending tips, and learn tools for saving money to help you become  “Money Chic” this holiday season and throughout the entire year.

The National Foundation for Credit Counseling (NFCC) is the nation’s largest non-profit financial counseling organization. The NFCC provides financial counseling and education on all things money like smart spending during the holidays, how to create a monthly budget, and calculators to help you buy a home or pay off debt.

We’ll have lots of fun discussing tips for saving money for the holiday shopping season, and we’ll be giving away prizes to help you get (and stay) Money Chic.

 The Details:
Get Money Chic with @girlslunchout and @NFCCdebtadvice

When: Tuesday, December 4th

 Time: 9 to 10 pm ET

 Where: #NFCCMoneyChic

 Hosts: @girlslunchout and @NFCCdebtadvice

 TweetGrid Link:

 RSVP: You must RSVP to win. RSVP by Clicking Here.

The Prizes

 {Two} Winners will win $25 Amazon Gift Cards and a 1-hour financial counseling session from @NFCCDebtAdvice

 {Two} Winners will win $50 Amazon Gift Cards from @Girlslunchout

 {One} Winner will win a $100 Amazon Gift Card from @Girlslunchout  

Please complete the following requirements for a chance to win:

 1.       FOLLOW @girlslunchout @NFCCDebtAdvice on Twitter. Send us a tweet saying hello & that you are following us!

 2.       RSVP – You must RSVP to win. Click here to RSVP

 3.       PARTICIPATE during the party hour using #NFCCMoneyChic

 4.       TWEET help us spread the word by tweeting:

 Get #NFCCMoneyChic and help with holiday spending with @NFCCDebtAdvice and @girlslunchout 12/4 at 9pm ET 


1.       COMPLETION of the above requirements.

2.       WINNERS participating in the Twitter party with #NFCCMoneyChic will be chosen at random.

3.       RESIDENTS from the US are eligible.

 Founded in 1951, the National Foundation for Credit Counseling, Inc.® (NFCC®) promotes the national agenda for financially responsible behavior, and builds capacity for its members to deliver the highest-quality financial education and counseling services. As the nation’s largest and longest-serving nonprofit credit counseling organization, the NFCC has played the key role in providing financial counseling and education to consumers for 60 years. With 90 member agencies and more than 750 offices throughout the US and Puerto Rico, the NFCC is the national voice for its members, which are nonprofit, mission-driven, community-based agencies.  NFCC Members, often known as Consumer Credit Counseling Service (CCCS) or by other names, represents accredited agencies with high standards, ethical practices, certified counselors, and policies and practices which help consumers achieve financial stability. For more information,

 Disclosure: NFCC is sponsoriprovides tips, techniques, expert advice, and information on party topics. ng this Girls’ Lunch Out Twitter party. During the party, the brand sponsor

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