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It’s always a good time working at R.I.A. FCU! Here’s a behind the scenes look at some of the employee cookouts we hosted at all our locations. We hook up a grill to our truck and cook out at each branch. Thanks to Jerry’s Market for the delicious eats!
R.I.A. FCU and Twin Span Brewing Release the Third Run of the R.I.A. I.P.A Beer to Help Veterans
Working with local beer brewer Twin Span Brewing, R.I.A. FCU released the R.I.A. FCU I.P.A. beer for its third run.
Kids for Vets Lemonade Stand
This group of kids hosted lemonade stands to raise money for our veterans.
Eat, Shop, Drink Local
We continued our Eat, Shop, Drink Local series at Tommy’s Car Wash, where our company vehicle got a nice, snazzy cleaning.
What would this world be without our incredible, patient teachers? We wanted to show our local teachers just how much we appreciate their selfless efforts to teach our children, especially with the challenges this past year has shown us.
We held a tailgating giveaway contest on social media to celebrate the kickoff of football season!
Sometimes kids have the biggest hearts! We hosted a coloring contest on social media where the kids who won chose the charity who would receive a donation on their behalf.
Financial Tips & Tricks
Join us on our YouTube channel, R.I.A. FCU, every Tuesday for Tips and Tricks Tuesday. Each week we cover a range of topics to help improve your financial success. Let’s take a look at a couple of topics we have covered: Budgeting 101 and Improving Your Credit Score.
Am I Being Scammed?
In this ever-evolving world of technology, there are more and more scams popping up every day. It’s important to keep up with what to look out for so you don’t fall victim to fraud. Phishing is a common type of scam that can appear real and can be devastating. Scammers use email or text messages to trick you into giving them your personal information. They may try to steal your passwords, account numbers, or Social Security numbers. If they gain this information, they could gain access to your email, financial, or other accounts. Here’s what you can do to protect yourself.