National Parks Conservation Association Partners with Capital One® and Offers Park Advocates Three Credit Cards to Help Protect America’s National Parks

 
PRESS RELEASE
  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Date:   March 26, 2012
Contact:   Russell Hornbeck, Director of Corporate Partnerships, Marketing, and Licensing, National Parks Conservation Association C: 202.420.8168


National Parks Conservation Association Partners with Capital One® and Offers Park Advocates Three Credit Cards to Help Protect America’s National Parks

Washington, D.C. – The nonprofit National Parks Conservation Association (NPCA), the nation’s leading park advocacy organization, is pleased to announce its partnership with Capital One®. The exclusive NPCA Visa® affinity cards offer our members and supporters the ability to generate funds for NPCA at the same time.  Every time an account is opened and each time you make a purchase with your affinity card, Capital One® will make a contribution to NPCA.

“We are delighted to be working with Capital One®; a partnership that will provide valuable support for NPCA’s work to protect and preserve our national parks for our children and grandchildren to enjoy,” said Tom Kiernan, president of the National Parks Conservation Association. “Every purchase made using one of these cards will provide funds for NPCA’s park protection efforts.”

The three Capital One® credit card options are subject to credit approval and include one card with a low introductory APR, one card for those who want to build their credit through responsible use, and a generous rewards card.  NPCA will have the opportunity to earn royalties for each credit card account opened and a percentage of purchases made, which will help to fund NPCA’s work to protect and preserve America’s national parks.

Each card will feature NPCA’s logo, and consumers will be able to choose from three card images– Yosemite National Park, the Washington Monument, or the Grand Canyon.  Choose an image that reflects your passion for our national parks and your support for NPCA.  Find out more and apply today at www.npca.org/card.

Credit approval required. Terms and conditions apply. Offered by Capital One, N.A.. © 2012 Capital One.

About National Parks Conservation Association (NPCA): Since 1919, the nonpartisan National Parks Conservation Association has been the leading voice of the American people in safeguarding our National Park System. NPCA, its more than 600,000 members, supporters, and partners, work together to protect the park system and preserve our nation’s natural, historical, and cultural heritage for our children and grandchildren. For more information, visit: www.npca.org.

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