Georgia United Credit Union will celebrate its 60th anniversary by giving $100 to 60 people this month.
“We are honored to celebrate this 60 year milestone with our members,” said Georgia United President and CEO Debbie Smith. “We know that although our members have options, they have chosen to be a part of the Georgia United family. That’s what makes these moments so special and what drives us to continue to innovate and give back to our communities. It’s our privilege to help our members make their financial dreams a reality.”
Georgia United was originally established in 1958 as DeKalb County Teachers Federal Credit Union by Vernon Carne and five DeKalb County educators. In 2010, the credit union reestablished to a state charter to allow for a wider county reach and was renamed Georgia United Credit Union. As Georgia United has grown, its field of membership has expanded to include a vast list of communities, partnerships and school systems throughout the state.
Today, Georgia United serves more than 160,000 members and holds more than $1.3 billion in assets.
From Aug. 1 through Aug. 31, Georgia United will randomly select 60 winners to receive a $100 gift card through a drawing to celebrate its 60 years. Membership is not required for participation. for more information, visit gucu.org/60years.
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