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First Community Credit Union launches podcast

This podcast was created as a financial literacy tool to help listeners achieve financial success while having fun along the way.

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First Community Credit Union has announced the launch of a new podcast called "Let's CU Succeed." This podcast was created as a financial literacy tool to help listeners achieve financial success while having fun along the way.

Katie Nehl, communications manager at FCCU, hosts the podcast, bringing FCCU employees, guests and outside experts to share on each episode. Listeners can expect to hear fun and informative stories while learning how to save, budget, buy a car, buy a house, community involvement and more.

A podcast is an audio program, just like Talk Radio, but you can subscribe to it on your smartphone and listen to it whenever you like.

“This has been a fun and rewarding project for us,” said Tanner Lunzman, marketing dpecialist and editor for the podcast. “We want people to see FCCU as not only a financial institution, but a partner in their financial success. We hope this podcast serves as a good resource for both members and non-members to use to learn and help accomplish their goals.”

FCCU's podcast can be found on its website at myfccu.com/podcasts and podcast streaming platforms including Apple, Spotify, Anchor, Google and more. Apple Podcasts also allows listers to subscribe, which brings the most recent podcasts right to their phone.

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