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CU System Briefs (07/12/2013)
  • SAN DIEGO (7/1213)--A man jumped up on the counter and fired a shot during a robbery of the El Cajon branch of San Diego-based California Coast CU Tuesday. No one was injured (U-T San Diego First Edition July 10 and abc10news.com July 10). The incident occurred at about 5 p.m., when the man entered, jumped up on the counter and shouted at employees to give him money. He pointed what appeared to be a semi-automatic pistol at employees and repeatedly threatened them, discharging the weapon once, said the Federal Bureau of Investigation. The tellers complied and he placed the money into a bag he was carrying and left, getting into a dark-green sports utility vehicle driven by a second person. He wore  a dark cap and sunglasses, had dark hair and had tattoos on his right cheek, said the FBI ...
  • PORTSMOUTH, N.H. (7/1213)--The new Portsmouth, N.H., corporate headquarters of Service CU has been certified by the U.S. Green Building Council as Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Gold.  The four-story building  uses 36% less energy, consumes  40% less water, emits 63% less carbon dioxide, and achieved a 98 Energy Star Rating, meaning it uses 98% less energy than a typical non-environmentally building of equal square footage. Some of its green elements include: a light-colored roof to reflect sunlight and produce heat gain; geothermal heating and cooling; solar hot-water heating; and reduced water use. It has a brownfield redevelopment site, bike racks, fuel efficiency and carpool parking spaces.  "Our goal from the beginning was to use American materials and labor in constructing our new environmentally sound Service CU corporate offices," said President/CEO Gordon A. Simmons ...
  • KENTWOOD, Mich. (7/1213)--Community West CU, a $118 million asset credit union in Kentwood, Mich., will be giving away money to young adults during a six-week $20K Cash Giveaway promotion this summer. As part of the registration process for the promotion, participants must watch a short video of local DJ Eric O'Brien talking about a financial topic. The video topics include avoiding ATM fees, dodging the downfall of payday loans and finding free checking accounts that pay interest. "We hope the young adults will take something away from the videos as we continue to look for ways to financially educate the next generation," said Marketing Director Jillian Gajtka. The giveway will include 40 prizes of $500 each. To encourage membership growth, most of the prizes will be given away to current and new members who are 18- to 24-years old and who register for the promotion.  To help new members get on the right track, Community West will pay their initial $5 membership deposit ...


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