Whitefish, Mont. – July 30, 2019 – Whitefish Credit Union was voted the Best Credit Union in the Flathead Valley in the 2019 Daily Inter Lake Best of the Flathead Readers’ Choice Awards. This is the fourth year in a row the Credit Union has received the honor.
Founded in 1889, The Daily Inter Lake is a regional Montanan print and digital news outlet with nearly 170,000 readers throughout Northwest Montana. The publication’s annual Best of the Flathead Reader’s Choice Awards recognizes local businesses and professionals for their quality of work. Winners are determined by reader vote.
“It is always an honor to be recognized for our work, but being selected as the best credit union in our area is especially gratifying,” said Jim Kenyon, President and Chief Executive Officer of Whitefish Credit Union. “Northwest Montanans have high standards. We’re pleased to have earned their vote for the fourth year in a row, and we look forward to delivering the same high quality service and support to our members and local community for years to come.”
2019 Best of the Flathead Readers’ Choice winners were announced on July 28. For more information about the awards or to view the complete list of winners, visit dailyinterlake.com.
About Whitefish Credit Union
Whitefish Credit Union is a not-for-profit financial institution and the largest credit union in Montana, with over 55,000 members and more than $1.5 billion in assets. As a member-centric financial cooperative founded in 1934, Whitefish Credit Union has been a trusted financial partner to its consumer and commercial customers for generations. The credit union offers a comprehensive suite of financial products and services, including online checking and savings accounts, home equity and mortgage-lending services, business and equipment loans, auto and vehicle financing, and a low fixed-rate credit card. With an unwavering community focus, Whitefish Credit Union supports countless organizations throughout Northwest Montana every year. Credit union membership is open to residents in Northwest Montana.