Landmark Credit Union's proposed relocation to a high-profile spot within the redeveloped Olympia Fields site moved forward, as the credit union announced its plans to move its Oconomowoc branch to the development. The move is part of the credit union's ongoing efforts to expand its reach and improve its services for customers.
Brookfield-based Landmark is relocating its Oconomowoc branch to the Olympia Fields development, which is located in a prime location in the heart of the city. The development is a mixed-use project that includes residential and commercial spaces, as well as parks and green spaces.
Landmark Credit Union is also bringing back Wisconsin's iconic TYME logo as part of its marketing of a new generation of ATMs. The TYME logo, which stands for "Take Your Money Everywhere," was first introduced in Wisconsin in the 1970s.
Landmark Credit Union customers will be able to go back in TYME, as the credit union announced that it is revising the TYME logo and launching a new generation of ATMs across its network. The new TYME Advanced ATMs will offer a range of advanced features, including check cashing, bill payment, and account transfers.
Cramer-Krasselt (C-K) and Landmark Credit Union have entered into a new partnership, as the Midwest-based agency takes over as Agency of Record for the credit union. The move is part of Landmark's ongoing efforts to improve its marketing and advertising efforts, and to better reach its target audience.
Landmark Credit Union is bringing back TYME to southeast Wisconsin, as it launches its new TYME Advanced ATMs across its network. The new ATMs will be available at Landmark branches and other locations throughout the region, and will offer a range of advanced features to help customers manage their finances more easily.
Plus, some high-yield savings accounts are paying more than they have in a decade, making it a good time to start saving for the future. Landmark Credit Union offers a range of savings accounts and other financial products to help customers achieve their financial goals.
The building near Tenney Park once housed the first permanent location of the Credit Union National Association and was dedicated by President Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1934. Today, the building is home to Landmark Credit Union's corporate offices, and serves as a reminder of the credit union's history and commitment to serving its members.
If a deadly pandemic, a turbulent economy, and a confusing job market have taught us anything, it's that an emergency fund is more important than ever. Landmark Credit Union offers a range of savings and investment products to help customers build their emergency funds and plan for the future.