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May 2018
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Take your summer vacation on the road
NW Plus CU’s RV loan is where to get started!

NW Plus CU offers competitive RV loan rates* on a range of recreational vehicles.

Expect More – Pay Less
NW Plus CU’s Free checking account options will save you money

Why pay someone to have an account when NW Plus CU provides you with Totally Free Checking options! Expect more from your bank; open a NW Plus CU checking today!

Pack up your debt and fly away with savings!
Check out our new Debt Consolidation Loan

NW Plus CU is excited to introduce our new, low rate Debt Consolidation loan. Don’t let monthly payments keep you from enjoying your hard earned money!

Keep Your Debit Card Working When On Vacation
Notify NW Plus that you will be out of town

With summer season here, it’s time for some vacation fun. While your thoughts may be on packing or where to go, don’t forget to contact us if you will be out of the area or country and using your NW Plus VISA Debit Card or your NW Plus CU VISA Card.

NW Plus CU Partners with Housing Hope
During Stone Soup

Housing Hope hosted its 26th annual signature event, Stone Soup, on Wednesday, May 16th at The Tulalip Resort Casino and NW Plus CU was proud to help sponsor the event and have our Regional Manager, Casey Fuller, act as a table captain.

Building Your Teen’s Credit Score
Start building your teen’s credit before they even move out

When your teen finally takes the big leap and moves out of the house, they’re going to need a solid credit score for a lot of life steps: renting an apartment, getting a loan or finding a good deal on insurance. For that reason, it’s important that teens build up their credit scores before they move out.

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