Credit Union’s go public with displays of affection for members

Credit unions love their members. Valentine’s Day provides them with a fun opportunity to express that affection.

A member of Landmark CU baked rose cupcakes for branch employees. (Photo provided by Landmark CU)

And for a member of $2.3 billion-asset Landmark CU, New Berlin, Wis., that feeling of affection is mutual. She delivered a batch of rose cupcakes to one Landmark CU branch. (We know there are about 98.9 million other credit union members who feel the same way.)

Members of $749 million-asset Hughes FCU, Tucson, Ariz., were invited to spend Valentine’s Day at the ballpark to celebrate opening day for the University of Arizona baseball team.

Mission FCU, with $2.4 billion in assets, San Diego, sponsored the “Share Your Love of Reading” campaign, in which 25 elected officials and celebrities read aloud to underserved children.

Sussex County FCU, with $248 million in assets, Seaford, Del., will reward its loyal members with a patronage dividend on Valentine’s Day. SCFCU members with multiple accounts will find an extra $100 in their checking account.

Box Elder CU, with $92 million in assets, Brigham City, Utah, shared its Valentine’s Day sentiment on Twitter with the message: Credit Union’s look for opportunities to help others! #CUlove

Tweet us with #CULove on how your credit union celebrated Valentine’s Day!   Want to make a credit union your valentine? Go to asmarterchoice.org to find one you are eligible to join!

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