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Carolyn Grossi, a financial literacy advocate and creator of The Princess Money Manager Coin Bank, launches an Indiegogo Campaign to help fund customized Money Managers to appeal to all interests. First 300 contributors get Princess Bank for $25.
Cleveland, OH (PRWEB) November 30, 2012
The holidays are a perfect time to teach young kids the importance of saving, spend wisely and sharing. That's why Carolyn Grossi, an entrepreneur and financial literacy advocate, recently launched a financial literacy campaign on Indiegogo. Indiegogo Campaign
Her campaign features her award-winning Princess Money Manager, a coin bank that teaches girls how to save, spend wisely and share.
"Parents, grandparents, teachers and children love the Princess bank, and now they are asking that we create a customized version that kids can decorate and make their own," said Carolyn Grossi, who is hoping to reach her Indiegogo campaign goal of $50,000 so she can produce a new production run of the customized money managers.
"My ultimate goal is to inspire one million children to become good money managers. In 20 years, we will have added 20 million money-smart citizens to our economy," Grossi said.
Carolyn Grossi, a mom, entrepreneur and financial literacy advocate, is committed to teaching young children about the values of saving, spending wisely and sharing. Inspired by her own two children, Grossi has developed award-winning products that teach basic money managing to young children. Her books have been approved as an educational resource by Jumpstart for Financial Literacy, a national organization focused on improving financial literacy among American students K through 12. Grossi brings interest and excitement about money management through visiting elementary schools, preschools, libraries, and storybook hours. For more information, visit http://www.princessmoneymanager.com.
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