From the Archive: Look up there! Mid-South billboards salute the First Tennessee / United Way partnership

Billboards sharing the partnership between United Way and First Tennessee are on display until early next month.

Billboards sharing the partnership between United Way and First Tennessee are on display through early May.

Now through May 4, three billboards along heavily-traveled interstates in Memphis salute the great partnership of United Way of the Mid-South and First Tennessee. The billboards are part of First Tennessee’s 150th anniversary celebration.

The billboards are located at:

1.) I-40 (north loop) half a mile south of the Highway 52 interchange south-east

2.) I-240 roughly 1,000 feet east of Getwell Avenue

3.) I-40 loop roughly 2,000 ft. west of Warford Street

In addition, First Tennessee continues to feature United Way of the Mid-South (and other United Way organizations across the state) in its “150 Days of Giving” campaign at http://www.150daysofgiving.com , giving away $5,000 grants to nonprofits based upon voting. If you haven’t voted for United Way of the Mid-South yet, please do so before the end of this great 150-day promotional event. Just visit the site, select “U” in the alphabetical listing and scroll down to “United Way of the Mid-South” and vote.

Bruce Hopkins

Bruce Hopkins

First Tennessee and FTN Financial consistently rank in the area’s top giving organizations to United Way’s work for stronger education, financial stability and health.

First Tennessee’s Bruce Hopkins, President, West Tennessee Region served as United Way’s 2013-14 General Campaign Chairman. Last month, United Way celebrated Hopkins’ leadership and his team’s work to drive in over $23 million in pledges to help people across our area.


About Dave Skorupa

Dave Skorupa is Director of Communications at United Way of the Mid-South, Memphis, TN.
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