Giving Back To Our Members
The RCA Dome in Indianapolis provided great memories to all those lucky enough to attend an event in the stadium. I was lucky enough to go to the 1997 NCAA Final Four, several state high school basketball finals, and numerous Colts games. It's been a part of Indianapolis for over 20 years.
In the Indianapolis Star today, an article noted that the RCA Dome will be imploded on December 20th. The dome's roof, which was deflated last month, will be used by Indy Parks and Recreation for pool umbrellas and park shelters. I thought this was a very resourceful idea.
What does this have to do with credit unions and Financial Center? Using the roof from the dome to improve the Indianapolis community with other projects is much like how our credit union operates. We return the profit that we make to our members to improve our service to them.
We are a cooperative financial institution that is focused on improving the financial well being of our members. The profit that our credit union makes is returned back to our members in the form of higher dividend rates, lower loan rates, and improved products and services.
While banks are concerned with keeping their shareholders happy and chasing profits, credit unions are concerned about the members they serve.
Financial Center is here to serve Indianapolis and Marion County. Become a member today by clicking the link on the right side of this page or visit www.fcfcu.com.