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Indy Eleven Recognizes FCFCU Employee for Community Leadership

October 05, 2016

Indianapolis, IN. – Financial Center First Credit Union’s Director of Community Relations, Marco Dominguez, was one of eleven Latino community leaders recognized by the Indy Eleven at their Hispanic Heritage Night on September 24th. Dominguez and others were recognized during halftime on the field.

Dominguez has been essential to Financial Center’s efforts to provide basic banking education and services to the under-banked Latino community in and around Indianapolis. His works includes offering weekly financial education seminars to Latinos visiting the Mexican Consulate’s office, working with the Indianapolis Police Department through the IMPD and Me program, and increasing government and media awareness of the need for financial literacy. 

Photo Caption: The Indy Eleven recognized 11 Champions of the Latino Community during Hispanic Heritage Night on September 24 including Financial Center’s Marco Dominguez pictured second from left.

About Financial Center: Financial Center First Credit Union has been serving consumers who live or work in Boone, Brown, Hamilton, Hancock, Hendricks, Johnson, Marion, Morgan, Putnam, and Shelby Counties as well as other special groups for over 63 years. Over 53,000 members take advantage of favorable deposit and loan rates as well as reduced fees by banking with the Indianapolis-based credit union. Financial Center is a not-for-profit entity that employs 145 people. Guided by a volunteer Board of Directors, Financial Center’s mission is to ‘Improve Members’ Financial Lives’.

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