INDIANA — Teachers Credit Union announces that its membership has surpassed 300,000, further solidifying TCU’s standing as Indiana’s largest credit union. To thank members, TCU will host celebrations in TCU service centers in October and will feature a monthlong promotion with special prizes.
According to TCU CEO and President Paul Marsh, “TCU’s continued growth reflects the great banking experience that our team provides each day. We continue to add new memberships and have seen steady growth in business deposits, commercial lending and indirect auto lending as well. We thank our members for their loyalty and commitment to TCU and look forward to continuing to grow with them in the future.”
TCU will award prizes to members including ten $500 TCU gift cards and ten $500 travel vouchers by Rejuvia Vacation Club, as well as three $5,000 cash prizes. Primary members age 18 and older will be automatically entered, with members receiving additional entries for registering for e-statements, opening a qualifying checking account or certificate or applying for a TCU Visa Platinum or Platinum Rewards credit card. See tcunet.com/celebrate for full details.
As a part of the celebration, TCU will also give back to local communities on Oct. 8 with the TCU Day of Giving. TCU service centers will be closed for the Columbus Day holiday to allow TCU’s 700 team members the opportunity to unite and volunteer at more than 40 non-profits.
TCU’s founding stems from a handful of teachers in 1931 pooling together their savings to help each other during The Great Depression. With assets today exceeding $3 billion, TCU is ranked in the top 10 percent of the largest credit unions in the U.S. While membership is no longer limited to teachers, TCU remains rooted in the philosophy of people helping people.