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Winner of Zions Bank’s Financial Entertainment Online Game Tournament

Mar 06, 2015 11:52AM ● Published by City of Taylorsville

Taylorsville High School student Long Chau recently won $250 for placing first in Zions Bank’s financial entertainment online game tournament. His financial literacy teacher Jerry Croasmun received a $100 Office Depot gift card for class supplies. The bank offers two award-winning video games from the nonprofit Doorways to Dreams Fund, which help teach financial literacy. Players can serve as personal assistants to spendthrift movie stars in “Celebrity Calamity,” or manage farm resources to build savings and survive emergencies in “Farm Blitz.”  Pictured, from left, Taylorsville High School Assistant Principal Waisea Lesuma, student winner Long Chau and Zions Bank Financial Literacy Manager Don Milne.
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