Kids Can Win BIG in Our 2016 Summer Reading Contest!

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Our summer reading contest is here! This means First Financial Kids can read books, earn rewards, and the chance to win the grand prize at the end of the summer. To enter, students must fill out an entry form for each book read based upon their age group and submit them to their nearest First Financial branch location. Forms can be picked up at any branch location or printed by clicking on the links below or at
Be sure to check our website for further details – participants must be members of First Financial in order to earn rewards. Membership is open to anyone who lives, works, worships, volunteers, or attends school in Monmouth or Ocean Counties.
If you have additional questions, please stop into any one of our branches, call us at 866.750.0100 or email us at
*From July 1 – August 31, 2016 First Financial kids up to age 18 are eligible to participate in our Summer Reading Contest. Credit Union membership and First Financial Savings Account is required to participate. Participants will earn $1 per book read, up to 10 books. Each book requires a separate entry form to be filled out. Only completely  filled out entry forms will be eligible for any reader rewards. Participants will earn 1 entry per book read in our grand prize drawing of a Kindle Fire Tablet (7″ display, 8GB – $50 value) – number of entries unlimited. All participants will be placed into an additional drawing on 8/31/16 to win age appropriate book/school supply baskets (4 total additional runner up age group baskets will be given out. One to a participant up to age 6, one to a participant ages 7-11, one to a participant ages 12-14, and lastly one to a participant ages 15-18 – this is in addition to the grand prize drawing). Entry forms can be printed at or  filled out at any First Financial branch location. Reader Rewards will be deposited to the child’s First Financial Savings Account and the grand prize winner will be drawn on or about September 7, 2016 and will be contacted by the First Financial Marketing Department.