Hello from Terry Kidd, President/CEO of BCFCU
We are excited to let you know that work is progressing on our lot and you can check its progress at 23rd and Carter Avenue. It will be a better location to serve you the owner/shareholder. We are happy to be making this happen so we can provide the best practices and financial services to all those who live, go to school, work, and or worship in Boyd County. Any family member of a BCFCU member is also welcome to join. We will continue to fulfill our mission to exceed the value our members expect in accessibility to automated financial service products.
Be looking for BCFCU to soon be offering on line bill pay and telephone banking to make it more convenient for you, our members. Don’t forget about our share-savings, share draft-checking, Christmas club, vacation club, auto loans, signature loans, RV\boat loans, motorcycle loans, debit/ATM cards, and coming soon our own ATM. As you can see we are committed to bringing you the latest technology and offering these new services to our members but we still remain determined to fulfill our motto “people helping people”. We know your name because of our size and our member satisfaction is our #1 priority. BCFCU lives by working to make a difference in our members’ lives every day! Take the time to take the survey on our home page. This will help us to make future decisions for your credit union.
As you can see it is a new year and a new beginning for BCFCU as we look to the future and a building that will be user friendly to you, the share holder. We will continue to bring you the best rates possible on loans and home equity loans. We will continue to be the place where people know your name. From all the staff and board of directors it is our pleasure to serve you! If I can be of service at anytime you can reach me by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone (606)324-0888 or fax (606)920-9650.
January 2011 Newsletter
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