We Provide Value in More Ways Than You Think

Earlier this year, I was forwarded a letter from a member who just had to commend a Travis employee, Jasmin, for her assistance in helping him with a loan, an auto refinance and a new credit card – all during a single visit. The outstanding service he received left a lasting impression on this gentleman, who referred to her as “Angel Jasmin.”

This is just one example of how Travis Credit Union creates value and makes a difference in the communities that we serve. By taking the time to listen to our members’ needs, we identify the solutions that will help our members’ unique financial situation, both now and in the future.

In fact, we provide value in more ways than you think. From our focus on financial education and literacy to community partnerships, free tax preparation workshops and college scholarships, we empower our members to become better money managers themselves. This level of commitment can only be found at financial institutions where people truly come first and employees such as Jasmin can make someone’s day.

Join us for our Annual Membership Meeting

There’s one day that Pat and I would like you to particularly remember this month. We cordially invite you to our Annual Membership Meeting on Thursday, April 28, at 5 p.m. We’ll discuss last year’s challenges and accomplishments, conduct board elections and answer any questions you may have about the credit union.

If you can’t make it to Vacaville, we’ll also be holding a Community Meeting next month in Atwater. There’s more information about both events on the accompanying page.

Financial Education and other events

Other upcoming events include a workshop where you’ll learn the steps needed to prepare for retirement and a shredding event where you can properly and securely dispose of unwanted personal and financial documents. Both activities are free not just to members but to the public as well.

This issue also includes information about how Travis has partnered with a local hospital and university to provide continuing education scholarships to nurses who live, work and study in our communities. Clearly, this is another example of the value and commitment we have in the places we call home.

Pat and I look forward to seeing you at our Annual Meeting. Have a great spring!


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