Though Elvis is dead, you can still get him to pay for your groceries or even a trip to Graceland if you get the new credit card, in his image, from Leaders Federal Bank for Savings.

The Memphis-based bank, just blocks from the famous mansion, marketed an Elvis Presley card in 1988, though the receivables were owned by Signet Bank Corp. This new rendition is issued by the $2.8 billion-asset thrift, with Elvis Presley Enterprises Inc., the licensing arm of Mr. Presley's estate.

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