ELDI Executive Director, Maelene Myers, cutting the ribbion for Fifth Third’s eBus. This was the first stop of three in Pittsburgh. Friday, September 7, the eBus moved to the Shop N’ Save, located at 917 Butler Street in Lawrenceville.

Fifth Third Bank rolled into town with their 40-foot, state-of-the-art satellite equipped eBus on Thursday, September 6. The Homeownership bus will be parked in the Home Depot parking lot from 12:00 to 4:00 pm as a City of Pittsburgh Kick-Off Celebration.

The eBus offers a number of services with its twelve computer workstations and internet connectivity. This “mobile classroom” will provide homeownership information and opportunities, foreclosure prevention, financial literacy materials and access to a variety of Fifth Third banking products and services. All of these services are free to the community.

The Fifth Third bank will be coming soon to Penn Circle South and Highland Avenue, so get your “in” early by visiting the eBus!