Credit union members get rewarded

Despite the shaky economy and a trying year for financial institutions nationwide, FAA Credit Union will reward its members with a year-end interest rebate and dividend bonus for the ninth consecutive year.

In total, the credit union will return nearly $185,000 to its members.

"Although financial institutions around the nation have been challenged with a rough economic climate, FAA Credit Union believes there is no better time to thank our members for their on-going support," said Steve Rasmussen, president and CEO. "Because of them, we continue to thrive and making this rebate happen was extremely important to us. It demonstrates our steadfast commitment to giving our members the best possible service."

The more than 44,000 members of FAA Credit Union will receive the funds by direct deposit into their savings accounts with the amounts reflected on their year-end statements.

Accountholders will receive a one percent rebate on any interest paid in 2009 (excluding real estate loans) and a one percent bonus on dividends earned during the year (excluding Individual Retirement Accounts).

Information about the credit union is available at

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