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Commerce Bank launches the National Association of Social Workers Visa rewards credit card

The National Association of Social Workers (NASW) and Commerce Bank have come together to offer NASW members a Visa® rewards credit card.

The card offers reward points with unlimited earnings, as well as no annual fee. Cardholders can redeem points for statement credit, gift cards, merchandise, or travel.

Additional features and benefits include $100,000 travel insurance, emergency card replacement and cash advances, 24/7 customer service, Visa Zero Liability coverage, E-Statements and AutoPay. Other exclusive benefits are also available to NASW cardholder members.

"We’re excited to work with the National Association of Social Workers to offer a customized credit card product that offers such valuable rewards and incentives," said Carl Bradbury, Director of Consumer Card Products. "The National Association of Social Workers is an impressive organization with an empowering mission. Commerce Bank is proud to partner with such a notable organization and offer a card that will allow members to show their support for NASW while enjoying the many benefits that come with a Commerce Bank credit card." Speaking of the new card product, Gail Waller Woods, NASW Communications Director said, "We are very excited about our relationship with Commerce Bank and the ability for us to provide a credit card with great rates and a quality rewards program to our members."

NASW is the largest membership organization of professional social workers in the world with 130,000 members. Located in Washington, DC, it was founded in 1955 through a merger of seven social work organizations. NASW works to enhance the professional growth and development of its members, to create and maintain standards for the profession, and to advance sound social policies. The organization also contributes to the well-being of individuals, families and communities through its work and advocacy.