Wednesday, July 17, 2019

It’s time to CELEBRATE!

North Shore Federal has several reasons to celebrate in the month of July. 

First of all, we are often asked, “How is the Duluth branch doing?” Well, the answer is GREAT!  We’ve already reached the one-year anniversary for this location!  Becoming part of the Duluth community has been very rewarding and we’ve enjoyed the opportunity to meet new friends and help members with their financial needs.  

Not surprisingly, our Duluth branch has experienced tremendous growth and almost all of our new business grew from satisfied members personally recommending our services to their friends and neighbors.  We look forward to continuing this trend.  For our existing members, if you haven’t seen the new location stop by and say hi - existing members find it popular when visiting Duluth.

Second reason to celebrate, next week is Member Appreciation Week.  I have greatly enjoyed attending the cookouts at our locations and getting to meet members for the first time.  Please check our website for a list of the events and do not forget to put our famous brat cookout day on your calendar and join us for lunch. 
Remember to enter your name into the Grand Prize drawing for the week at your local branch!  We make sure those grand prizes are pretty grand! Oh yes, keep your fingers crossed for a sun filled week!

Last but not least, we are REWARDING one lucky hunger hero with $500 cash in July!!  Don’t overlook becoming a HUNGER HERO and help end hunger in our communities.  Through North Shore Federal’s Hunger Hero initiative, we will be making another round of donations to the local food shelves with matched donations.

Becoming a hero is super simple.  Next time you are at the branch just tell them you want to become a Hunger Hero.  You’ll designate a dollar amount; sign a slip and we take care of the rest.  If you are savvy with online banking you can sign-up through eBranch under “my account”.  Either way quick and easy and helps those on the North Shore that are struggling to feed their families.