By Darryl Alder
Nov 08, 2013

100 Foot Pinewood Derby Track at Family Festival

The UCCU Family Festival will be held Friday, November 22nd and Saturday, November 23rd at the UCCU Center on the Utah Valley University campus.

UCCU Family FestADMISSION IS FREE but a Family Pass Ticket will be required to enter the Festival.  FREE Family Passes for the Festival are available at all UCCU branch locations.  Simply stop by anytime prior to the festival and ask for a FREE FAMILY FESTIVAL pass or download and print your ticket now!

“Family is our number one priority and at UCCU we pledge our continued commitment to educate and inspire smart decisions,” says Brad Norton, senior vice president of marketing at UCCU. “This Family Festival is an important part of Utah Community Credit Union’s mission to educate and serve our community.”

In short, the UCCU Family Festival will:

1.  Provide Family Fun and Entertainment

2.  Celebrate the BEST for Utah Families

3.  Educate and Inspire Smart Family Decisions

New at the Family Festival this year: 100-foot long awesome Pinewood Derby Track, built by Troop 760 in Provo, Utah. The track starts 20 feet up and includes a 6 foot diameter loop with a jump at the end.

Kids of all ages can participate in racing on this giant track! Bring your own pinewood derby car to the Family Festival OR you can build one right at the festival at the derby car-building station next to the track. Invite all your friends so you can race your cars together.


BeMoneySmart Bucks will be given to kids & teens to use throughout the festival for treats & activities. Children will learn the value of saving, rather than spending, in this fun BeMoneySmart Bucks experience. After the festival, you can convert up to five BeMoneySmart Bucks into real money by depositing them into a new or existing BeMoneySmart account at any UCCU branch.

Author: Darryl Alder | Support Services Director, Utah National Parks Council

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