ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (9/15/15)--Albuquerque Journal recently dedicated an entire page highlighting the work of the Credit Union Association of New Mexico to support the state’s credit union movement.
The spread, featured in the newspaper’s “Business Outlook” section, lists the various ways in which the league has served its members over the past 50-plus years.
Among the services highlighted by the article were:
The newspaper also lists interesting factoids associated with the credit union movement in New Mexico.
It notes that the smallest community in the state, with a population of only 88 people, is served by a branch of First Financial CU, Albuquerque.
Albuquerque Journal also wrote that credit union members received more than $51 million in direct financial benefit for choosing credit unions last year, a number that breaks down to $67 per member or $128 per household.