Loveland is proud to celebrate the corporate sponsors who partnered with the City to host events in 2019. Their generosity allowed us to host events that showcased our amazing City and provided fun and entertainment for our residents and visitors alike. Each week, we will be recognizing a corporate sponsor who made these events possible through their generosity and community spirit. This week we would like to showcase General Electric Credit Union.
“As a Credit Union, our goal is to empower members by providing the tools and resources necessary to help make better financial decisions. Everything we do is to Improve the Quality of Financial Lives; from offering industry-leading rates to on-hand professionals ready to meet with you, we make every decision to help our members financially thrive.
A not-for-profit, full-service financial institution, we’ve experienced significant growth throughout the years and continue to be one of the most secure, stable financial institutions in the country. We’ve always remained true to the credit union philosophy of “People Helping People” meaning our products and services are designed to benefit our members. We don’t create hoops to jump through or trick you with the fine print. We want to provide better financial solutions for those in our communities that will in turn, better their lives.
We believe in our tri-state, our hometowns, and the people who live and work in our communities. No matter where you are in life, we have financial solutions for anyone interested in earning more on their money and setting themselves up for financial success. If you live, work, worship, or attend school in the Greater Cincinnati area, you can join GECU and enjoy all the perks we offer to make banking more convenient and less stressful.
While we offer many of the same products and services as a bank, we’re so much more than just a place to bank. We want to be your financial partner and our focus is finding ways to help our members financially succeed. Learn more about what makes GECU different, visit www.gecreditunion.org.”
Last Updated on May 9, 2020 by Joe Wessels