Super cool characters that reveal money is easy by sharing simple steps and fun ways to supernaturally succeed.
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Money Mike is based on a money tree that teaches kids and families that money is easy by providing positive Biblical money management values of how to tithe, save, invest, give, and stay out of bad debt. Money Mike's goal, along with his witty Gang of friends, Giving Grace, Saving Sam, and the bad guy The Loan Shark, help kids and families, regardless of what state of money they are in, to apply easy steps to break free of debt and poverty to prosper at a very early age in life. Steps Money Mike makes so easy, as 123, kids can teach their mom and dad!
“Money is Easy!”
He’s cool, he’s part green, and he’s never ever mean.
He’s the cornerstone that never gives up on the message that money is easy. His mission is to help solve family's money problems by revealing the hidden messages on his leaves that grow from his branches that reveal secrets to success.
She’s sassy, she’s gold, and she’s always super bold.
She’s the stable root of the group that supports and upholds Money Mike’s mission to reveal that money comes easy through giving. Her mission is to help Money Mike solve family's money problems by revealing how giving is a key to ultimate success.
He’s pink, he’s funny, and he’s never out of money.
He’s the heavy anchor that keeps the ship from sinking. He supports and upholds Money Mike’s mission to reveal that money comes easy through saving. His mission is to help Money Mike solve family's money problems by revealing how saving is a key to not going under. A penny a day keeps the Loan Shark away!
The Loan Shark
He’s sly, he’s blue, and he’s always after you.
Every story needs a bad guy, and he lives up to his reputation. He’s the underlying problem in every family that causes trouble and strife. His subtle antics to hypnotize families into hyper consumption keep people in bondage so they cannot grow. His true slimy crime is revealing how debt is no big deal and agrees with Wimpy, “I’ll allow you to gladly pay me Tuesday for a hamburger today.”