Shop, Eat and Celebrate the Stress-Free Way with Cash This Holiday Season
Get ready to shop, eat and celebrate the stress-free way with cash this holiday season. Today ATMIA, the global trade association for the ATM industry, announces the second annual Withdraw Cash Wednesday event which will take place on Wednesday, Nov. 21, 2018 at ATMs nationwide. The Withdraw Cash Wednesday movement encourages consumers to develop the habit of getting cash for weekly spending on Wednesdays to control spending and avoid racking up debt, especially during the holidays.
“Cash continues to be the number one-way people like to pay today, despite the growing use of digital payments,” said Mike Lee, chief executive officer for ATMIA. “By encouraging consumers to get cash every week, and especially on the Wednesday before Thanksgiving and the holiday shopping season kick off, Withdraw Cash Wednesday helps consumers to spend wisely and within budget, rather than increasing credit card debt,” added Lee. “Supporting Withdraw Cash Wednesday is a stress-free, money-saving way of enjoying spending during the holidays and throughout the new year that’s coming.”
Don’t Forget – Withdraw Cash from ATMs on Wednesday, Nov. 21
From coast to coast, consumers are joining the Withdraw Cash Wednesday movement to fight against overspending. These activities, proudly backed by ATMIA, are a great way for consumers to start gaining control over money, while helping make the Withdraw Cash Wednesday movement bigger and better than ever.
About Withdraw Cash Wednesday
Withdraw Cash Wednesday is a nationwide movement encouraging consumers to get cash from ATMs on Wednesdays for weekly spending as a means of financial control. The Withdraw Cash Wednesday movement was spurred by widespread consumer interest in the initial Withdraw Cash Wednesday holiday held in 2017. Today, Withdraw Cash Wednesday operates continuously throughout the year, holding its biggest ATM cash withdraw day of the year the Wednesday before Thanksgiving. Learn more and connect with us at withdrawcashwednesday.com, Facebook and Twitter.
Source: ATM Industry Association