Happy Spring Friday!!!

Despite the threat of sever weather in some sections of the state, RedyMoney welcomes you to another Friday. Just think, next week this time, we are saying good-bye to March, for good, for this year. #TimeFlies

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It certainly warms the heart when Alabama is featured and recognized outside of our region. Congrats to the Fishers at Orange Beach Marina and Highlands Bar and Grill for being highlighted. Continue to represent the South!!! This is a nice way to conclude spring break.

And today's tiny town feature comes to you from the town of:

Anybody plans to attend the Urban Living Expo this Saturday? To explore and be informed on the importance of being prepared for a natural disaster.Each family needs to have a plan of action and practice. How else would you be able to move swiftly if a disaster comes with little warning and little time to evacuate??? Go out and come back prepared to protect your families in the face of a disaster.

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Hiking plans anyone?

‘For Pete’s Sake’ is a 8 mile long trail in the Chewacla State Park, for cycling and hiking alike. What better time to bond with nature, than spring? Bond with nature this weekend.

Have a blessed weekend Redy family!!!

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It is a wonderful Wednesday for all of us to be here and for RedyMoney to be able to greet you. We hope you have been having a fantastic day!!

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Unable to go much further and not wish Robert E. Lee Happy Birthday!!! It is days such as this one, that makes all of Alabama count ourselves fortunate to have such a rich history, decorated with leaders, innovators and even ordinary people doing the extra-ordinary and motivating all of us. Question: Robert Lee’s feet are cold. Can someone provide him with a pair of shoes???

It is also moments as this one that reiterates the importance both the civil and private sectors to invest in our youths. They are the State’s future and RedyMoney lauds Phenix City’s Mayor, Mr. Eddie Lowe for this initiative. The youths future and the fulfilling careers they will have, thank you in advance. As do the Nonprofit organizations in Phenix City. Congrats Central High and Glenwood School!!!

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With good news comes inspiration, motivation and renewed energy. RedyMoney sends you back to a productive mid-week!!!