Russellville native a finalist in competition

By Staff
Nathan Strickland
Listerhill Credit Union's Young and Free Alabama program is wrapping up.
With only nine days left, the final three competitors are scrambling to grab votes at all costs.
Franklin County has produced one of the final three contestants.
Russellville native Bryan Hall has spent most of his career speaking in front of big crowds.
"I love speaking to people, I'm what you call an entertainer," Hall said. "I enjoy making people's lives better in anyway I can."
Hall, 23, is currently attending the University of North Alabama where he is currently double majoring in theater and film production. Hall's current job is in UNA's scene shop where he designs and builds sets for theater productions.
"I believe this job will give me more speaking and production experience that I can use in the future to further advance my career after I finish college," he said.
The Young and Free Alabama program offers young people, between the ages of 18 and 25, the chance to make their voices heard. The program picks one person in this age group to go to different places to speak on behalf of Listerhill Credit Union. The presentation will include programs and benefits for young people who have an unorthodox way of banking.
"I think people should vote for me because I can be fun and informative," Hall said.
"I have also been a member at Listerhill Credit Union for about 12 years and I think I can have an impact on people my age."
The program hopes to draw younger generations into a better banking experience.
This program has been successful for other credit unions in South Carolina, Texas and even in Alberta, Canada.
Votes can be cast online at www.youngfreealabama.com.

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