'Damn Yankees' Giveaway in McLean
Opportunity to Win Stephen Strasburg-Autographed Baseball and More!
June 28, 2013 – Burke & Herbert Bank is accepting entries to the McLean Community Players’ (MCP) "Damn Yankees Giveaway" at its McLean Branch, 6705 Whittier Avenue, McLean, VA 22101 until 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, July 27. The "Damn Yankees Giveaway" celebrates the McLean Players’ upcoming production of Damn Yankees, July 12- 28, at the Alden Theatre in the McLean Community Center, 1234 Ingleside Avenue. The production is made possible through the Bank’s sponsorship.
The "Grand Slam" top prize in the "Damn Yankees Giveaway" is a Stephen Strasburg-autographed baseball. Second prize is a $100 gift card, and the third prize is a travel duffle bag filled with made-in-Virginia goodies. The drawing for the winning entries will be held at the Sunday, July 28 matinee of Damn Yankees. Entry forms and instructions are available at the Burke & Herbert Bank branch in McLean, in Damn Yankees playbills, and on MCP’s website, mcleanplayers.org.
"Burke & Herbert Bank is focused on meeting the banking, borrowing, and investing needs of consumers and businesses throughout Northern Virginia and has a strong commitment to the communities in which we operate," noted Faraz Siddiqui, McLean Branch Manager. "We’re pleased to add the McLean Community Players to the list of local organizations that we support," he added. The Bank is a participant in the popular McLean Day and also works closely with the McLean Chamber of Commerce, offering monthly small business seminars at the Bank’s McLean branch.
Burke & Herbert Bank, member FDIC, established in 1852, is the oldest bank in the Commonwealth of Virginia and the oldest continuously operating bank in the Washington, D.C. area. The Bank offers a full range of personal and business banking products along with investment accounts and trust services. Burke & Herbert Bank is headquartered in Alexandria and operates 25 branches in Northern Virginia.
Trust and investment products and services are not deposits, are not insured by the FDIC or any other government agency, are not guaranteed by the Bank and may lose value.