The project is slated to start this summer and be completed by year end.
Columbia expands to Oregon; STCU opens new branch; Point West hosting ‘The Big Float’ down Willamette.
Spokane’s STCU announced a co-located downtown branch with Rocket Bakery, with construction to be completed by fall.
Event will support Portland Kitchen, a no-fee, comprehensive year-long after-school culinary program to low-income and at-risk youth ages 14-18.
Salal moves to First Hill; STCU gets neighborly with Urban Outfitters; Red Canoe hosts car seat safety clinic; and ACU team member receives JBLM Hall of Fame honors.
The NWCUA’s Marketers’ Conference brought together the brightest minds in the industry to tackle the toughest marketing challenges and open up new opportunities.
Where is the best place to eat lunch in downtown Spokane? The best coffee shop? How about the best place to deposit your paycheck or apply for a loan? The folks at Numerica Credit Union say the answer to that last question is easy: It’s their new full-service branch on West Riverside Avenue. But the credit union is hoping a new promotion will answer the other questions, engage members and help connect the branch to its downtown neighbors.
Northwest Community Credit Union broke ground on a new headquarters in downtown Eugene, Ore. this week, offering not just a facility for staff and members, but a community meeting resource as well.
Spokane Teachers Credit Union announced plans last week to open a new branch and house its commercial lending program in downtown Spokane’s historic Hutton Building, a move CEO Tom Johnson said “gives STCU an opportunity to reclaim an architectural treasure.”
Four Oregon credit unions will be honored by the Portland Business Journal during its fifth annual Corporate Philanthropy Awards Luncheon.