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Media Contact:

Emily Decorah, Summit Credit Union, 608.243.5000, 800.236.5560, x4954
publicrelations@summitcreditunion.com

About Summit Credit Union:

Established in 1935, Summit Credit Union is a member-owned financial cooperative. Summit is the 2nd largest credit union in Wisconsin and holds $4.2 billion in assets and has more than 202,000 members and 647 employees across 44 locations throughout south-central and southeastern Wisconsin. Kim Sponem has been CEO & President of Summit Credit Union, and its predecessor organization, CUNA Credit Union/Great Wisconsin Credit Union, since 2002. Recognized for its excellence in employee engagement, Summit was named the Top Large Workplace in the Madison area for 2020 by the Wisconsin State Journal.

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Summit Credit Union Headquarters Earns LEED Silver Certification
U.S. Green Building Council honor recognizes excellence in building sustainability

MADISON, Wisconsin—Summit Credit Union has announced its Cottage Grove headquarters earned the U.S. Green Building Council’s (USGBC) LEED Silver certification.
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Summit Credit Union Announces Teams for 12th Project Money Season
Annual competition promotes financial education, inspires community

MADISON, Wisconsin—Summit Credit Union has launched its 12th Project Money competition with the announcement of its 2020 participants. From hundreds of applicants, four teams were selected to participate in this year’s program and will compete to reduce debt and increase savings on the way to achieving their financial goals.
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Summit Credit Union Announces Winners of Annual Scholarships
Financial cooperative’s continued education prizes reward local students for achievement

MADISON, Wisconsin—Summit Credit Union has announced the winners of its 2020 Board of Directors Scholarships, Faust Scholarship and Credit Union Movement Scholarships. The awards are one of several ways the member-owned financial cooperative, which gives over $20,000 in scholarships to area students annually, supports continued education.
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Summit Credit Union Awards Local Student $2,500 Scholarship in Project Teen Money
Annual challenge encourages Madison students to inspire peers with financial education videos

MADISON, Wis.—Summit Credit Union has announced the winner of its Project Teen Money 2020 program, an annual interactive video challenge encouraging students to discover healthy money management habits.
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Summit Credit Union Named Madison Area’s Top Workplace
Financial institution honored in Wisconsin State Journal’s annual list of best employers

MADISON, Wis.—Summit Credit Union, a consumer-owned financial cooperative, has been named the Top Large Workplace in the Madison area by the Wisconsin State Journal. The annual list honors Madison companies demonstrating excellence in employee engagement and company culture.
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Summit Credit Union Drive-Ups Open; Branch Access Restricted
Precautionary closures made in response to growing local presence of COVID-19
Branch access restricted but drive-ups, Contact Center, online and mobile access remain unaffected
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