Oswego County Federal Credit Union (OCFCU) has been named an Economic Champion by CenterState Corporation for Economic Opportunity (CEO). This prestigious recognition highlights OCFCU’s significant contributions to the growth of the Central New York economy.
OCFCU was recognized at CenterState CEO’s Economic Champions Luncheon in November, along with several other organizations that have played a vital role in enhancing the economic landscape of Central New York. These organizations were acknowledged for their accomplishments, including the creation of new jobs, support for new businesses, commitments to economic development, company milestones, expansions, and investments in operational improvements.
Bill Carhart, CEO of Oswego County Federal Credit Union, expressed his gratitude for the recognition, saying, “We are honored to be named an Economic Champion by CenterState CEO. This recognition underscores our unwavering commitment to the economic well-being of our community and the members we serve. We take great pride in supporting the growth and prosperity of Oswego County and the entire Central New York region.”
Oswego County Federal Credit Union is proud to stand alongside the other outstanding organizations honored as Economic Champions in 2023, collectively making a substantial impact on the Central New York economy.
“The steadfast commitment of our business community to growth makes all our recent successes possible. They are the backbone of the local economy, creating thousands of jobs and making our region a more vibrant place to be,” said Rob Simpson, President of CenterState CEO. “CenterState CEO is proud to recognize Oswego County Federal Credit Union as one of this year’s Economic Champions alongside many other outstanding businesses across the region.”
For more information about Oswego County Federal Credit Union and its commitment to the community, please visitwww.ocfcu.org.
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