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Hughes Federal Credit Union celebrates 100,000th member milestone

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Hughes Federal Credit Union announced on Aug. 1 that they have reached their 100,000th member.

The credit union has doubled in membership size since 2009. To celebrate this accomplishment, Hughes presented their 100,000th member-owner, Maria Reyes, with a check for $1,000. Reyes opened a new account at Hughes' Wetmore branch.

“The loyalty and support of our members helped us reach this important milestone and achieve strong growth despite a challenging economic period,” said John R. Sansbury, chairman of the board. “We want to thank our members and the community for their loyalty and support, which enhances our ability to provide the best possible savings and loan rates to our members while helping to boost the local economy.”

Hughes will also give away 100 prizes, Monday through Friday, from Aug. 8 through Aug. 19 in celebration of the milestone. For more information, find them on Facebook at Hughes Federal Credit Union.

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