BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WIAT) - The second edition of the eCO Savings Race kicks off with an introduction to the four families that will be competing this year.
- Chip and Mary Brantley from Maylene, Ala.
- Tony and Dana Dodd from Birmingham, Ala.
- Calvin and Delois Morgan from Calera, Ala.
- Darin and Jeanna Voudrie from Trussville, Ala.
Each family has been paired with two eCO Credit Union coaches to form their team and will work together to create strategies and goals to improve their overall financial environments by reducing debt and increasing their savings.
You can keep up with them all year long on CBS42 and CBS42.com
And to learn more about about the eCO Savings Race, Second Edition, go to ecosavingsrace.org
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