Greenspan to Appear in Ad

April 01, 2003

Be on the lookout in coming months for Alan Greenspan on television.

Greenspan, chairman of the Federal Reserve Board of Governors, is featured in a public service announcement the Fed has developed to promote personal financial education.

Available in English and Spanish, the television spot directs viewers to a web site (www.federalreserveeducation.org) with links to information on personal finances. A free brochure, There's a Lot to Learn about Money, is also available.

The television campaign kicks off a series of financial education events sponsored by Federal Reserve banks around the country.

New products and changes in the financial market leave consumers with a lot to learn about managing money. The Fed has undertaken this initiative because educated consumers are key to a healthy economy.

Bridges is a regular review of regional community and economic development issues. Views expressed are not necessarily those of the St. Louis Fed or Federal Reserve System.


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