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LOCAL BANKS CATCHING SILVER AND BLACK FEVER IN OAKLAND
Published September 7, 1995
The Oakland Football Marketing Association will unveil a loan program today designed to allow poorer fans to finance the purchase of Raiders season tickets and/or PSLs. Robert Salladay reports in this morning's OAKLAND TRIBUNE that the program, backed by MBNA America, Wells Fargo, Union Bank and Bank of America, will offer loans between $1,000 and $25,000 for fans to purchase tickets. The program is designed for those without much credit, according to Salladay. Rates will range from 13.11- 21.48%. The loans will must be paid back in 2-7 years (OAKLAND TRIBUNE, 9/7).