Financial Center Contest Winners Receive Unique Experiences

Financial Center First Credit Union recently held two contests that sent members to unique concert experiences for using their debit cards. Will and Jenica Taber of Camby, IN won an overnight trip to New York City to see Sam Smith at Madison Square Garden in January. Heather Ervin of Avon, IN won an overnight VIP package that included backstage passes to meet Maroon 5 at their Indianapolis concert on February 28. The concerts were prizes for a debit card campaign intended to increase interchange income through debit card usage over the holiday spending season. The campaign gave all members who used their debit cards more than 20 times in one month an entry into the drawing. The campaign resulted in increased interchange income over the same period in the previous year. “We saw a positive trend among debit card usage of our members that we hope leads to our card becoming ‘top of wallet’ for everyday spending,” said Annette Roy, Financial Center’s Vice President of Membership Development. fcfcu 1   Annette Roy, Financial Center’s VP of Membership Development presents Credit Union member, Heather Ervin, with a VIP overnight package including backstage passes to meet Maroon 5 in Indianapolis.   fcfcu 2   Financial Center members Will and Jenica Taber snap a selfie in Times Square while enjoying their flyaway trip to New York City to see Sam Smith in concert.       Financial Center First Credit Union has been serving consumers who live or work in Boone, Brown, Hamilton, Hancock, Hendricks, Johnson, Marion, Morgan, Putnam, and Shelby Counties as well as other special groups for over 60 years. Over 54,000 members take advantage of favorable deposit and loan rates as well as reduced fees by banking with the Indianapolis-based credit union. Financial Center is a not-for-profit entity that employs 165 people. Guided by a volunteer Board of Directors, Financial Center’s mission is to ‘Improve Members’ Financial Lives’. Learn more at Financial Center is a proud member of Indiana Originals.