Elevations Credit Union celebrates Governor’s Proclamation

BOULDER, CO (May 16, 2016) — On May 5, Elevations Credit Union celebrated Colorado Gov. Hickenlooper’s “Elevations Credit Union Day” Proclamation, which recognized the organization’s achievement of the 2014 Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award. Elevations is the first and only credit union to receive this prestigious award for business excellence. It is also one of just four recipients in Colorado.

Elevations Credit Union adopted the Malcolm Baldrige Criteria for Performance Excellence in 2009, and has experienced strong financial growth along with service-level improvements for its membership since then. Elevations Credit Union is one of the largest local financial institutions serving Colorado’s Front Range.

Photo Caption: President & CEO Gerry Agnes and Senior Financial Solutions Guide Bob Boscola catch up in front of the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award at Elevations Credit Union’s support center in Boulder.

Photo by Christy Aumer/Elevations Credit Union

About Elevations Credit Union

Elevations Credit Union is a member-owned not-for-profit financial institution serving Colorado’s Front Range. Elevations provides a broad portfolio of financial products and services including checking and savings accounts, mortgage loans, credit cards, auto loans, home equity loans, student loans, business banking, commercial loans and financial planning. Founded in 1953 as the U of C Federal Credit Union in Boulder, Elevations has grown from 12 members and less than $100 in assets to an institution with more than 130,000 members that manages more than $2 billion in assets and is the No. 1 credit union mortgage lender in Colorado. In 2014, Elevations earned the prestigious Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award. In 2015 and 2016, Elevations was named one of the Best Companies to Work for in ColoradoTM in the large company category. Readers of local newspapers name Elevations “Best Bank/Financial Institution,” “Best Mortgage Lender” and “Best Customer Service” year after year. To learn more, visit


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