March 17, 2006 -- The United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) has partnered with U.S. Bank to offer members a new way to support USEF equestrian teams in their quest to compete in international competition, including the 2006 FEI World Equestrian Games, with the new United States Equestrian Federation Visa® Platinum Card from U.S. Bank.
"When our members sign up for a new card under the USEF/U.S. Bank credit card partnership, they can rest assured our USEF equestrian athletes will benefit financially, not only with the initial activation, but with every purchase they make thereafter. All this, with no annual fee," said USEF President David O'Connor.
Along with four distinctive equestrian credit card designs, horse enthusiasts will have access to three types of cards: a non-reward card that contributes the most back to USEF, a second that earns points redeemable for merchandise, gift certificates or nearly any reward with the Name Your Own Reward option, and a third that provides cash back to the cardholder.
"We are honored to be a partner of the USEF and support horse enthusiasts nationwide. Our goal is to provide a valuable card product that benefits the USEF and its members while also rewarding cardholders for their support," said Tanya Turner, senior vice president of affinity products at U.S. Bank. "We look forward to the many opportunities that will arise for the USEF as a result of this program."
To sign up or for information on benefits or rewards, visit www.usbank.com.
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