Credit Union Receives Congressional Commendation at Ribbon-Cutting Event
HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif. (October 25, 2013) – NuVision Federal Credit Union, together with the Carson Chamber of Commerce and other civic leaders, held a grand opening and ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate its new branch opening in Carson, Calif. The branch is located at 2350 East 223rd Street at the Tesoro Corporate Office center in Carson.
Special guests at the event included: Eric Boyd, Deputy District Director for U.S. Congresswoman Janice Hahn (CA-44), who presented NuVision with a Certificate of Special Recognition from the U.S. Congress in honor of the Carson branch grand opening; Sharnette Clemons, Field Representative for California State Assembly member Isadore Hall, III (64th District), who presented NuVision with a Certificate of Recognition from the California Legislature; Jim Dear, Mayor of the City of Carson; and Walter Neil, Chairman of the Board of the Carson Chamber of Commerce and Director of Government and Public Affairs for Tesoro.
“We are excited to open this new branch in Carson to better serve our thousands of individual and business members in the area,” said Roger Ballard, Chief Executive Officer of NuVision Federal Credit Union. “We also appreciate the incredible support of the local officials and community leaders who have welcomed NuVision to the City of Carson.”
NuVision Federal Credit Union acquired the Carson branch location through its merger with Pacific Resource Credit Union earlier this year.
About NuVision Federal Credit Union
NuVision Federal Credit Union is a full-service financial institution with 14 branches located in Los Angeles and Orange Counties and Arizona and assets of approximately $1.3 billion. Headquartered in Huntington Beach, Calif., NuVision was founded in 1935 to serve employees of Douglas Aircraft Company. It continues to serve aerospace employees from Boeing, employees of Sempra Energy/The Gas Company, and employees of Tesoro with a total of more than 87,000 members primarily in Los Angeles and Orange Counties. For more information, visit www.nuvisionfederal.org.
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