May 1, 2017 - 5-Star Financial Plus Credit Union Once Again a Top Performer

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May 1, 2017
By Financial Plus Credit Union

FLINT, MI
– Financial Plus Credit Union proudly announces it is once again a top performer, earning a coveted 5-star rating from BauerFinancial, the Nation’s Premier Bank and Credit Union Rating Firm. A five-star rating indicates that this institution excels in areas of capital adequacy, profitability, asset quality, and much more. Financial Plus Credit Union has earned a Recommended Rating (5-Star or 4-Star) from Bauer for 107 consecutive quarters.

“Not only does Financial Plus work hard to consistently provide value to their members and help them achieve their financial goals, they also maintain a strong loan portfolio, maintain a capital ratio well-above required limits, and achieve continued profitability. Their success is also a result of their commitment to the community they service.” Explains Karen L. Dorway, President of BauerFinancial.

Financial Plus Credit Union is a Flint-based, member owned, not-for-profit financial institution. Today, under the leadership of Ms. Jill Reno, President and CEO, it operates through seven conveniently located branches in Flint, Flint Township, Fenton, Grand Blanc, Swartz Creek, Saginaw, and Howell. The commitment Financial Plus provides as a strong, safe, and secure financial institution for its members has remained the same over the years.

BauerFinancial, Inc. has been reporting on and analyzing the performance of U.S. banks and credit unions since 1983. No institution pays for this rating, nor can any choose to be excluded. To look at the star rating for Financial Plus Credit Union or any other financial institution, visit www.bauerfinancial.com.

Financial Plus Credit Union is a Flint-based, member-owned, not-for-profit financial institution serving over 54,000 members in 34 counties in Michigan. Financial Plus Credit Union operates through seven conveniently located offices in Flint, Flint Township, Swartz Creek, Fenton, Grand Blanc, Howell, Saginaw, and the rest of the Tri-City area. For more information, please visit www.myfpcu.com or call 800-748-0451.

                                          
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MAY

Run Like an Animal Race on May 5th - FPCU will be the Finish Line Sponsor at the “Run Like an Animal” 5K race in Saginaw. The race starts at the Swan Valley High School, half marathon run begins at 8:30 a.m. and the 5K run/walk begins at 8:40 a.m. For more information, please visit www.tritofinish.com.
 
GM Flint Assembly Plant Visit May 8th - FPCU continues to hold onsite plant visits and shows support to GM. We will have an informational table and will continue to visit the plant throughout the year.

Davison Branch Ground Breaking Ceremony on May 10th – To celebrate our new branch location we will host a ground breaking ceremony on Friday, May 10th. The ground-breaking ceremony will mark the beginning of construction for the new building located at 8075 Lapeer Rd. in Davison. We anticipated the Davison Branch will be open for business in the fall of 2019.


Elizabeth Ann Johnson Memorial High School Reality Fair on May 10th FPCU is very passionate about educating our future generation and is a key reason why we are supporting the Flint Area Credit Union Reality Fair. The Reality Fair is a hands-on experience in which students, after identifying their career and starting salaries, are provided a budget sheet requiring them to live within their monthly salary while paying for the living basics (housing, utilities, transportation, clothing and food). This Reality Fair will have 100 seniors and will take place at Elizabeth Ann Johnson Memorial High School.

Humane Society Employee Volunteer Day on May 17th - Financial Plus is honored to be a sponsor of the Humane Society of Genesee County and will have employees on site at the shelter to volunteer on May 17th. Volunteers will perform much needed tasks around the shelter and get to interact with the animals that are up for adoption.


102.5 WIOG Random Acts of Kindness May 24th – FPCU and 102.5 WIOG will host their fourth “Random Acts of Kindness” in 2019 with a cooler theme. We will be giving away 102 cooler packs provided by Financial Plus and 102.5 WIOG. 102.5 WIOG will also be broadcasting their morning show promoting a special FPCU checking offer for anyone who stops in the branch to redeem their giveaway.


Fenton Chamber Golf Outing May 31st – Financial Plus is pleased to be a returning hole sponsor of the annual Fenton Chamber Golf Scramble at Spring Meadows Country Club.


JUNE

Crim Kids Classic on June 1st - Financial Plus Credit Union is a proud sponsor of the Crim Kids Classic event held in downtown flint. Children ages 0-12 can race in one of the following races: the Diaper Dash, Toddler Trot, Quarter Mile, Half Mile, and One Mile Run. The Crim’s main focus for this event is health, wellness, and fitness while providing fun activities throughout the day sponsored by community organizations. Children participating in a race will each receive a medal and a T-shirt. For more information please visit www.crim.org.

Hometown Days Parade on June 1st
– The Swartz Creek Branch and FPCU volunteers will parade downtown Swartz Creek for the annual Hometown Days Parade. For information, visit www.HometownDays.org.

Shred It Days on June 7th and June 21st
- FPCU will host two shred it days: Fenton branch on June 7th from 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m., and Main branch on June 21st from 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. The Shred It days provides a good way to clean out old documents, checks, etc. and helps prevent confidential information from being compromised.


Food Bank of Eastern Michigan Employee Volunteer Day on June 14th
– Financial Plus is honored to be a sponsor of the Food Bank of Eastern Michigan. Volunteers are critical to the mission and daily work of the Food Bank. Without their help, they could not reach out and help those in need of food. That is why FPCU employees will be volunteering on June 14th, to help sort food donations that get dropped off at the food bank.



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