At Tech CU, we’re celebrating our 50th anniversary this year. For the past five decades, we’ve owed our success to the support we’ve received from members. To show our appreciation, open any new account* by April 30, 2010 and you’ll receive a free anniversary gift—choose between a travel mug or water canteen** inscribed with our 50th anniversary logo! This offer is available to new members who are joining Tech CU, as well as current members who open a new account.
For the past 50 years, Tech CU has been committed to your financial success. From our free Checking accounts to our competitive home loans to our full suite of investment and retirement planning services, Tech CU has been the premier financial partner for its more than 77,000 members. Tech CU members enjoy the following benefits:
Stop by any of our conveniently located Financial Centers to open a new account and get your free gift today.
* Account must be opened at a Tech CU Financial Center to receive a free gift.New member: If a new member opens a membership savings account plus any additional account (e.g. checking account, Money Market Plus account, Insured Investment Account, Certificate, IRA, any consumer/mortgage loan) during the promotional period, the member qualifies for a gift of either a water canteen or travel mug. Existing members will receive a choice of Anniversary gift mentioned above if a new account is opened during promotional period. Please note that these gifts are available while supplies last.** New membership and new accounts must be opened at a Financial Center to receive the gift. One travel mug or water canteen per new membership and qualifying account. One gift per existing member with opening of new account.
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More than fifty years ago, forward-thinking high-tech employees at Fairchild Semiconductor knew there was a better way to bank.