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International Credit Union Day is Oct. 20, Come Celebrate With Us!

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International Credit Union Day

International Credit Union Day has been celebrated worldwide on the third Tuesday of October since 1948. Credit unions were started by German farmers as an authentic, trustworthy way to combat loan sharks. Edward Filene worked to bring cooperative banking to America, and in 1909, the Massachusetts Credit Union Act was passed.

Today, credit unions continue to grow in popularity and in 2012, reached $1 trillion in assets. International Credit Union Day celebrates the progress credit unions have made in serving member groups across the world. To celebrate this year, all of our branch locations will be offering free refreshments, gift card giveaways, and to top it all off, you could win $500!