RTN Federal Credit Union teams up with Lowell Spinners
WALTHAM, MA (June 23, 2016) — RTN Federal Credit Union hosted a Business Networking Event on June 21 at LeLacheur Park, the home field of the Lowell Spinners. RTN brought together representatives of its select employer groups (SEGs) for an evening of networking, barbecue, and baseball fun. Attendees including representatives from Nova Biomedical, Osram, Olympus NDT Inc., and Edinburg Center.
As a long-time sponsor of the Spinners, this event is the first of several events RTN has planned this summer with the Boston Red Sox minor league affiliate.
On July 28, the Credit Union will sponsor “Kids Take the Field Night” for nine children of members selected through a drawing at RTN branches. The winners will have the chance to obtain player autographs, have their photos taken with the team in the dugout, accompany the players on the field at the start of the game, and enjoy the thrill of the game with two additional family members or friends.
RTN will host a second Kids Night on August 18 for children from the Lawrence CommunityWorks after-school program, Movement City. On August 20, RTN will be sponsoring a Star Wars- themed Bobblehead Night, when figurines will be given to the first 1,000 people entering the park. A representative from RTN will throw out the ceremonial first pitch.
“Our ongoing partnership with the Spinners is a great way to connect with our SEG representatives while supporting one of our local sports team and the North Shore community,” says Paul Devoe, RTN Senior Business Development Officer
About RTN Federal Credit Union
RTN is a member-owned, not-for-profit financial cooperative committed to helping members achieve financial well-being through quality products and personalized service. Founded in 1945, RTN is one of the largest credit unions in Massachusetts, with over $1 billion in assets, nearly 50,000 members and 18 branches. RTN Federal Credit Union serves more than 1,100 sponsor groups including two major employers in Massachusetts – Raytheon Company and Brigham and Women’s Hospital.