Vantage West Home

Vantage West Credit Union Launches Initiative Empowering Arizonans to Harness the Power of Essential Customers

TUCSON, AZ (May 26, 2021) — Last year brought the terms “essential worker” and “essential business” to the forefront of society’s vocabulary. Essential workers and businesses are crucial members of our community, but to truly get our community and economy up and running, we also need essential customers.

To help encourage Arizonans to safely patronize local businesses, which are key to our economic recovery, Vantage West Credit Union’s Business Banking division partnered with the Tucson Metro Chamber and Brink Media. Together, they collaborated to produce a storytelling video that encourages Arizonans to shop local, dine local, and spend local. The video features well-known Tucson businesses, organizations, and individuals.

Download PDF
Share This Article:

More Recent Posts

In an increasingly cashless society, person-to-person—or P2P—payment systems offer people the ability to send money to their friends, family, colleagues, acquaintances, landlords, and anyone else they might need to pay—online, instantaneously. Consumers use P2P for paying rent, pitching in for gas money, travel, birthday cash, splitting restaurant bills, and more. The P2P concept isn’t new, […]
May 28, 2021
2 min read
Crismon Gateway Financial Center Manager, Tony Isom, shares the Credit Union Difference from his perspective and experience, inviting the Phoenix metropolitan community into the new Crismon Gateway location to achieve a more prosperous tomorrow.
May 18, 2021
3 min read
After noticing his neighborhood fall into disrepair, David Garcia decided to take matters into his own hands and created Barrio Restoration, an initiative that aims to clean up neighborhoods in Tucson with the help of his community. Watch the story of David’s heroic quest to make Tucson a place where we take pride in our […]
Apr 19, 2021
1 min read
February is Black History Month, also called African American History Month. It is a special opportunity to honor the achievements and recognize the important role of the African American community in the United States. Dr. Carter G. Woodson, known as the “Father of Black History Month,” first launched “Negro History Week” in 1926. Later, in 1976, the week became the month-long celebration we observe now.
Feb 1, 2021
3 min read