Nominations by Petition - Members who wish their name to appear on the ballot as a candidate for the Board of Directors must be nominated by petition. Petitions for Nomination, as well as Volunteer Application Forms and Release Authorizations, are available from Barbara Buchanan, Chief Administration Officer, at 850-747-4443.Click here for more information.
Call for Candidates: Supervisory Committee - Interested in serving your credit union on the Supervisory Committee? Please contact Barbara Buchanan, Chief Administration Officer, at 850-747-4443 to request a Volunteer Application. Click here for more information.
Congratulations to Brady C. of Panama City, FL. He is the Xtreme Checking Prize Winner for the month of December; he won two tickets to see Taylor Swift in concert at the Philips Arena in Atlanta.
The Xtreme Checking Prize for the month of January is a$300 Gift Card to Target!Who knows? You could be our next winner if you take your checking to theXtreme.Click here for more information.
Transfer and Save - offer extended through January 25th! - Transfer your credit card balances to your Tyndall VISA and get a special introductory rate of only 1.99% APR* for 6 months! After that, your rate will be as low as 6.90% APR*. With No Balance Transfer Fees and No Cash Advance Fees, this is a great opportunity to save money quickly and easily.Ready to transfer your balances?Click here to get started today.
*Click here for details and disclosures.
An Auto Loan rate so LOW, we can hardly believe it ourselves! - Now, when you get a pre-approved draft for your new or used auto loan, you can get a rate as low as 1.29% APR* for 60 months! If you would rather just go to the dealer without a draft, you can still finance the car through us at a rate as low as 1.49% APR*for 60 months.
Have your car loan elsewhere? Refinance your loan to us and get a rate as low as 1.49% APR* for60 months. These outstanding offers are available only for a limited time, so act now.
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