News: July/August 2017

Join us for a Member Appreciation Cookout

We appreciate you! We want to say thank you for all that you do. Stop by this month for one of our four Member Appreciation Cookouts, including an open house at our Tomahawk branch to see our new mortgage center. Come also to meet our new branch managers Becky Jaecks and Adam Dotter in Tomahawk and Merrill, respectively. 

Friday, Aug. 4 – Tomahawk Branch

Friday, Aug. 11 – Merrill Main Branch

Friday, Aug. 18 – Minocqua Branch

Friday, Aug. 25 – Rhinelander Branch


Groundbreaking Held for New Headquarters

On July 19, Merrill Mayor Bill Bialecki, representatives from the design-build firm La Macchia Group, Park City’s Board of Directors and other local civic and business leaders joined in the groundbreaking of the new headquarters at the southeast corner of Highway 64 and Pine Ridge Avenue. The project includes a 26,000-square-foot, two-story building that will act as the main data center for the credit union, offer an event space for the community, and still allow for the same great day-to-day service members have enjoyed since 1938.

Click here to see photos from the event to learn more about our future home!

 


For Land Like No Other

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The sheer beauty isn’t just the land. It’s how you’ll finance it. Make it yours. To purchase or refinance land, Park City can help you with the perfect property for your future home or retreat. Learn more


Save Money and Time with Mobile Deposits  

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With the Park City Mobile App, you can view account balances, make payments and transfers, and monitor your monthly budget. You can even deposit checks with ease using your smart phone’s camera. Immediately see the processing deposit in your account. Bank conveniently and securely with Park City’s Mobile Banking App. Learn more.


Getting Schooled on Back-to-School

Summer will end soon enough, and, as children begin to sulk, their parents secretly join in the dance of back-to-school jubilation. The dance, however, turns into more of a nervous trudge if they failed to plan for the second biggest shopping season for retailers. Read more...