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Box Elder CU Newsletter

Summer 2011






Credit Union Closed 
Monday, July 4 


Saturday, July 9 
10:00 am - 12:00 pm 
Brigham City Parking Lot



Credit Union Closed 
Monday, July 25



Monday, August 1 
8:30 pm 
Brigham City Pool



August 6



August 23-27



Credit Union Closed 
Monday, September 5



September 7-10


Coming Soon! 


Would you like a photo of your grandkids or your favorite pet printed right on your Visa card?   


We are excited to announce that  Box Elder CU will soon be offering a fun new service - "Create-A-Card"- which will enable members to upload custom images for your  credit and debit cards!



You will be able to order a new  card anytime for a small fee, not just when you open a new checking account or when your card expires.



Watch our website, for more information about when this new service will be available.  




Scott Webre, CEO, and BreAnn Bingham. Photo of Mandy Gardner was unavailable.


Box Elder CU is pleased to announce the recipients of our 2011 Annual Scholarship Awards. BreAnn Bingham from Box Elder High School and Mandi Gardner from Bear River High School have been selected as the recipients.


Each will  receive a $1,000 scholarship to further their post-high school education during the 2011-2012 school year.  We wish them well in their endeavors.


Auto loans are our specialty here at Box Elder Credit Union and your loan is a big deal! We are experts at finding the best financing options for you and your budget.


If you are thinking about car shopping, here are a few reasons to get a preapproval from Box Elder Credit Union first... read more


Did you know that one in three vehicles experiences a mechanical failure in a given year? The typical warranty owner will make several claims during the life of the warranty.
Should your vehicle experience a failure after the manufacturer's warranty expires, without an extended warranty you will have no protection from the unexpected repair costs which can be in the thousands of dollars!

 From left to right: Scott Coleman, Mike Clark, Ted Shigley,
Sid Forsgren, Kevin Packer, Brent Francom and Jim Roberts.


The membership of Box Elder County Credit Union held their Annual Meeting on Monday, April 11, 2011, at Adele C. Young Intermediate School in Brigham City. During the meeting, the incumbent Chairman of the Board, Sid Forsgren, was re-elected for another three-year term. The Board of Directors is responsible for overseeing credit union operations. 

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Is your piggy a bit too skinny after filling up your gas tank? Try some of these tips to help you get the most out of each tank of gas...

  1. Don't start and stop your engine needlessly. Idling your engine for one minute consumes the same amount of gas as when you start the engine.
  2. Eliminate jack-rabbit starts. Accelerate slowly when starting from a dead stop.
  3. Try to also use the lowest grade of gasoline that's appropriate for your car, since high-octane grades cost several cents more per gallon. Check your owner's manual to be sure, but as long as your engine doesn't start knocking, you're probably okay. Switching from premium to regular gasoline could save hundreds of dollars every year.

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