Tuesday, February 10, 2015

One Nevada Credit Union Celebrating 65 Years of Service and Runs 65th Anniversary Contest.

Click to tweet: http://ctt.ec/i5G7P To celebrate their 65th Anniversary, @OneNevada is giving away $65 every day for 65 days! Enter here: http://bit.ly/65thAnnivGiveaway

LAS VEGAS, NV. — This year marks One Nevada Credit Union’s 65th anniversary serving Nevadans. To celebrate, the credit union is giving away $65 to one random winner every day for 65 days, beginning February 10. Entries can be submitted at http://bit.ly/65thAnnivGiveaway.

From it’s humble beginnings in 1950 with 77 members and only $1,807 in deposits to the largest locally owned, federally insured credit union in Nevada serving over 75,000 members with $730 million in assets.

The credit union started out as Vegas Air Base Federal Credit Union February 10, 1950, when nine civilian employees pooled $5.00 each to begin the credit union. In 1958, the credit union changed its name to Nellis Federal Credit Union. Along the way, the credit union changed its name several times with the most recent change in 2011. Known at the time as Nevada Federal, the credit union converted to a state charter and became One Nevada Credit Union.

While much has changed over the decades, the most important factors remain the same. The credit union is a not-for-profit cooperative, owned by its member depositors, and led by an unpaid volunteer Board of Directors.

“The credit union’s focus has always been our member-owners, and without them, we could not have remained so strong throughout the years and survived very tough economical conditions, said Bradley Beal, President and CEO, One Nevada Credit Union.  “We are excited to celebrate 65 years and remain committed to provide the very best service, rates and products to our member-owners,” continued Beal.

One Nevada Credit Union Membership is open to all Clark, Nye and Washoe county residents.

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