From the monthly archives: December 2012

What’s the solution for beating the office winter blues? A splash of color. That’s the recommendation from experts at OFM. The company has long offered an array of bright colors and bold patterns for its office chairs to accommodate workers who want a little more flair. But brighter colors can benefit everyone. Click […]

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The philosophy for Pentagon Federal Credit Union is to serve as stewards for service members’ money to sustain a strong military culture. In 2001, the PenFed, the nation’s third largest credit union serving more than one million members, created the Pentagon Federal Credit Union Foundation, a nonprofit organization aimed at increasing financial education […]

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Q&A with Elizabeth Hogan, oceans and wildlife campaign manager for the World Society for the Protection of Animals. Click here for the full story.

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OFM President Blake Zalcberg says during the winter months it helps to have furniture in brighter shades such as green, yellow or blue. Some people find these colors help them stay motivated and productive during the darkest days of the year. Click here to read the full story.

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BLack Zalcberg’s company, OFM, teamed up with Swingline, the stapler maker, to host the “Hands Off My Stapler Contest,” seeking photos from people showing how they protect their office stapler. They gained inspiration from the movie Office Space, which features similar scenes. Click here for the full story.

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The Pentagon Federal Credit Union Foundation (PenFed Foundation) is on track to give away a record number of grants in 2012 through its Dream Makers program. Under the Dream Makers program, qualifying military personnel and veterans who are buying their first homes may receive a grant to cover a portion of their down […]

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