ISU Credit Union donates t-shirts for welcome back event
TERRE HAUTE, IN (November 16, 2015) — The Idaho State University Credit Union, and its business development manager Rick Cheatum, donated several hundred t-shirts to students, staff, and faculty attending the sixth annual Welcome Back Orange and Black event held on Aug. 24 in downtown Pocatello.
Students had the chance to win a Bengal-painted car and other prizes while enjoying free food and music.
Since the event’s inception, the ISU Credit Union has donated more than 10,000 T-shirts.
ISU Credit Union’s Rick Cheatum stands with the t-shirts his credit union donated for the Welcome Back Orange and Black event. Photo courtesy of Idaho State University.
About Indiana State University Federal Credit Union
ISU Credit Union, chartered in 1960, is a not-for-profit financial cooperative owned and operated by its members. Over 9,000 members find value in both traditional and technology services that are consistent with the “People helping People,” and “Just Ask” philosophy of the credit union. The ISU Credit Union is part of the Shared Branch Network that provides access to transaction services at over 5,000 branches nationwide. The main office is located at 444 N. 3rd St. in Terre Haute, Indiana.