Virtual Piggy Twitter Party!

standard December 13, 2012 Leave a response

So imagine you have children.

Wait, some of us don’t have to imagine, we do have them.

Ok, so there are these children, and they are growing up in a digital world. A digital world where people bank online, shop online, connect online.

As parents, it’s our job to teach them how to navigate this digital world smartly, not just in regards to the personal interactions, but also in regards to the financial transactions they’ll be making.

Join the Splash Creative Media team, Thursday, December 13th, 6pm PST/9pmEST as we join with the creators of Virtual Piggy for a Twitter party (#VirtualPiggy) that will demonstrate how they’ve devised a site that will not only teach your kids to manage their money, but will also teach them to effect online transactions smartly.

We’re not just giving away awesome information, we’ve also got some super fun prizes:

If you want to be extra prepared for the party, check out these two videos and be sure to check out the Virtual Piggy site! To be entered to win prizes please RSVP below the videos.

Using the Virtual Piggy Child Dashboard

Using the Virtual Piggy Parent Account

(Please note, Virtual Piggy is a Splash Creative Media client.)

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