The Arizona State Credit Union, 6456 N. Oracle Road, held a re-grand opening event on Tues., July 31, at 11:30 a.m. Tucson Mayor Jonathan Rothschild as well as various Tucson and Greater Oro Valley Chamber of Commerce officials were in attendance for the formal ribbon cutting ceremony.

“I am excited to see the expansion of Arizona State Credit Union’s Oracle branch, which is a sign of further growth in our local community,” said Rothschild. “The Credit Union’s commitment to its members and the Tucson community is obvious, and we are glad to have them in Southern Arizona.”

The ASCU, which employs more than 390 employees, is a financial cooperative committed to meeting the needs of its members with newly enhanced services and community outreach programs. The ASCU currently has more than 125,000 members and $1.3 billion in assets, and focuses on providing the community with a full line of financial products and services available online and at 21 statewide locations.

“As a local financial cooperative, Arizona State Credit Union strives to meet the needs of those in the Arizona community we serve,” said ASCU President/CEO David Doss. “The opportunity to expand the Oracle branch allows us to provide even better service to our growing membership base in southern Arizona.”

To celebrate the branch’s expansion, new members and those that open a checking account, auto loan, or Visa Platinum credit card by Aug. 10 may be entered to win $500.

The ASCU has also been around for 60 years, receiving several notable recognitions, including being a six-time winner of Arizona Business Magazine’s Ranking Arizona: The Best of Arizona Business, as well as a five-time recipient of the Peter Barron Stark & Companies Award for Workplace Excellence.

ASCU is headquartered in Phoenix and welcomes memberships from businesses and individuals throughout the state. ASCU can be reached at 800-671-1098. For more information, visit

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