MARQUETTE — It was all about adults Wednesday at the U.P. Children’s Museum.
Wells Fargo partnered with the museum to host ‘Family Financial Night.’ While the kids played throughout the museum, parents and other adults were able to ask questions and get advice from Wells Fargo representatives about the importance of being financially stable.
“We’re trying to help the community become more financially successful,” said Katelyn Gage, a Personal Banker at Wells Fargo. “We want to help them in all aspects, whether it may be budgeting their checkbook, saving for that new house, or condensing some credit card debt to make themselves feel more financially stable.”
Wells Fargo has a financial night planned for next month that will be geared towards just kids.