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ENJOY DOUBLE REWARDS! with the U.S. Figure Skating


Business Rewards Visa Card


• Earn 2 rewards points for every net dollar spent on airline travel, gas, cell phone bills and office supplies.1


• Earn 1 rewards point for every net dollar spent on purchases everywhere else Visa® cards are accepted1


— there’s no limit to the number of points you can earn!


• Redeem your points for a variety of rewards: cash back, Rewards Cards, merchandise and more!


• Receive free company spending reports built to simplify your business management.


• Get additional employee cards at no cost. • Every purchase supports U.S. Figure Skating programs!


APPLY NOW!


CALL 888-327-2265 EXT. 60119 OR VISIT USFIGURESKATING.ORG


1. Accounts must be open and current to earn and redeem rewards or receive the cash rebate and/or statement credit. 2. Chart represents example points only. Points expire five years from the end of the quarter in which they are earned.


The creditor and issuer of the U.S. Figure Skating Business Rewards Visa Card is U.S. Bank National Association ND, pursuant to a license from Visa U.S.A. Inc. This card is available to U.S. residents only. Use of the U.S. Figure Skating Business Rewards Visa Card is subject to the Terms and Conditions of the Cardmember Agreement, which may be amended from time to time. © 2012 U.S. Bank. All rights reserved.


Use the card for all your business expenses and watch your rewards add up quickly.


Monthly Purchases Cell Phone Service Gas


Restaurants


Business Airline Travel Office Supplies


Amount Points Earned $150 $225 $400


300 450 400


$1,800 3,600 $125


250


Additional Business Expenses $1,500 One Month Total:


$4,200


1,500 6,5002


With the 1% cash back option, that’s $780 per year!2


Chart represents example points only.


DOUBLE DOUBLE


DOUBLE DOUBLE


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