Going Places With the RTN Infinity Club
One of our most popular programs is the RTN Infinity Club. Infinity Club members get many benefits to help them with their retirement finances, including free ATM use worldwide (does not cover other institutions’ surcharges), two free orders of checks annually, AARP membership for those eligible, RTN VISA Credit Card annual fee waived and free seminars.
You can join the RTN Infinity Club if you have $15,000 in combined savings balances in RTN accounts or for a low fee of $10 per month. Download your Infinity Club enrollment application now.
Several times a year, the Infinity Club sponsors trips and activities that are opened to all members, their families and friends.
Upcoming trips include:
October 20 – Halloween in Salem
Celebrate this Halloween in Salem, MA. This quaint “City by the Sea” was the scene of a horrible witch hunt that resulted in the deaths of several townspeople. Join us for Haunted Happenings, an annual Salem event. You’ll be on your own to explore and enjoy the festivities. Trip includes deluxe motor coach transportation, driver’s gratuity and time on your owne. $48 per person. We leave at 8 am and return around 7 pm to RTN’s Waltham branch.
December 29, 2018 to January 2, 2019 – Nashville New Year
Sign up by July 23!
Enjoy round trip airfare and four nights at the Opryland hotel. The trip also includes seven meals with a dinner on the General Jackson Showboat, tickets to the Grand Old Opry, visit to the country Music Hall of Fame and studio tour and a Nashville City tour with a guide. Double occupancy price starts at $1984.
Download and print this form for more information and to register for the Infinity Club’s Nashville trip
To learn more about these trips or about managing your retirement finances through the Infinity Club, contact Pat Manley at 781-736-9831 or email email@example.com.
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