Wednesday September 20, 2017

OCFCU in Fulton to Host ‘Discover Your Credit Union Day'

A day of fun, refreshments on tap at Oct. 6 event


    Oswego County Federal Credit Union is hosting a “Discover Your Credit Union Day” Oct. 6 at its Fulton office, 707 S. Fourth St.

     

    The event runs from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Lunch will be served from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. with hotdogs, hamburgers, chips, soda, and water. Refreshments will be available from 2-4 p.m.

     

    In addition, the branch will be offering anyone who visits a chance to win one of five $25 VISA gift cards or an iPad. Any member who adds another product to his or her account will get an extra chance on the prizes.

     

    For every new account, OCFCU will deposit the initial $5 into the account.

     

    Bring a friend and OCFCU will deposit $5 into their new account and also the current member’s account.

     

    “This is open to the public and no purchase is required,” said Bill Carhart, CEO of OCFCU. “It’s part of our outreach initiative to better inform our community about what we can offer it.”

     

    “We currently serve the financial needs of members from throughout Oswego County,” said Mary Greeney, OCFCU vice president, member services. “Unlike other financial institutions, which need to generate profits in order to satisfy stockholders, we return excess earnings to our members as competitive interest rates on loans, savings and investment accounts, as well as cutting-edge new products and services.

     

    “If you live, work, worship or attend school in Oswego County, you are eligible to join our family.”

     

    OCFCU was chartered in 1975 and serves residents and business owners of Oswego County.  OCFCU serves over 12,000 members throughout the county.

Oswego County Business Magazine
Issue 152

Issue 152
October/November 2017

Cover Story

Profiles

Kathryn J. Connell

On The Job

“Do you encourage your employees to get additional training?”

Success Stories

Chase Enterprises

My Turn

Jobs of Yesteryear Not Coming Back

Economic Trends

The Shift in Manufacturing Jobs

Last Page

Ronald Woodward Sr.