Honor Credit Union Welcomes Students Back at NMU’s Fall Fest

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The Honor Team at NMU’s Fall Fest: (left to right): Adam Carpenter, Mortgage Loan Originator; KC Bjorn, Indirect Coordinator; Craig Helppi, Business Services Advisor; and Lindsey Walters, Account Specialist Negaunee Branch.

Marquette, Michigan  -  August 25, 2014  -  The Fall Semester at NMU started today and Honor Credit Union was there to welcome students back to Marquette.

The Honor Credit Union team is involved in our community and dedicates hours of service to local communities and charitable organizations each year. Visit their website to find out more about how Honor Credit Union reinvests in the communities they serve and in the State of Michigan.

Best of all, your parents can deposit money in an Honor Credit Union account downstate and it can be available for you immediately here in Marquette. No more waiting!

With three convenient locations to serve you – Marquette, Gwinn and Negaunee – Honor Credit Union is nearby and the obvious choice for students. The friendly staff at each location is ready to help you. Stop by an Honor Credit Union and open your account today!

Listen as the Major visits the Honor Credit Union Booth at NMU’s Fall Fest

The Major discusses mortgages with Honor Credit Union’s Adam Carpenter

The Major checked out the games and giveaways at the Honor CU Booth

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