ADVISORY...for Friday (May 25)
WHAT: Washington Mutual (NYSE:WM) will present $12,239 to local Idaho
schools as part of its WaMoola for Schools Program. School
principals and staff in Ada County are invited to a special
luncheon, where they will receive individual checks for their
Under the Wamoola for Schools Program, the bank donates $1 to
local schools and school districts for every new checking account
opened. In 2000, more than 1.4 million people opened new checking
accounts -- translating into a record level of school funding
offered under the program. The funds, which are earmarked for
teacher development and support programs, are presented each year
to local schools.
WHEN: Friday, May 25, 2001
Noon to 2 p.m.; check presentations will be made at approximately
WHERE: Grove Hotel, 245 South Capitol Boulevard, Boise, Idaho.
WHO: Bob Bond, Washington Mutual Consumer Bank Group Manager for
Idaho, Utah, Arizona and Nevada, will speak. Stan Frazier,
regional manager, is also available for interviews.
WHY: "By setting aside $1 for every new checking account, we're able
to say thank you to our customers who have made the decision to do
business with Washington Mutual," says Bob Bond of Washington
||Mary Kelley, 206/377-6878