Inspirus Credit Union leverages digital signage to reach members
When Seattle math and journalism teacher Robert J. Handy founded the credit union in 1936, the idea of a financial institution owned and operated by the people who saved there was a new (and some said radical) concept. The Washington Legislature had legalized credit unions only three years earlier. Despite what must have seemed like long odds, the credit union met milestone after milestone: extending membership statewide in 1949, reaching $1 million in assets by 1952, and ranking as the state’s second-largest credit union by 1960. Today, members trust us with over $1 billion in assets. Although a lot has changed since 1936, one thing remains the same: You’re the reason we’re here, and we’re honored to serve you!