The addition of the UMB Rewards Credit Card significantly expands ALA’s Affinity/Member Value Programs (MVP)
For Immediate Release
Director Membership Development
Communications & Member Relations (CMR)
CHICAGO — The American Library Association (ALA) and UMB CardPartner (cardpartner.com) have launched the American Library Association affinity Visa® Platinum Rewards credit card, expanding its Affinity/MVP Programs for ALA members.
The American Library Association Visa® Platinum Rewards card offers qualified cardholders exceptional benefits including competitive rates and terms. “Using The American Library Association Visa® affinity Platinum Rewards credit card for everyday purchases is an easy way for ALA personal members to both support ALA, while gaining the benefits offered via the Visa® Platinum Rewards credit card, said Ron Jankowski, membership director, American Library Association.
CardPartner (www.cardpartner.com) specializes in helping U.S.-based membership organizations and charities create affinity credit card programs. CardPartner is owned and operated by UMB Bank, n.a., the lead bank of UMB Financial Corporation (NASDAQ: UMBF) – a financial services holding company headquartered in Kansas City, Mo. Visa credit cards offered through CardPartner are issued by UMB Bank, n.a., and the bank approves credit decisions, grants credit, and manages the administration for card programs offered by CardPartner. For more information about UMB, visit www.umb.com
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