Burbank City Federal Credit Union celebrated 75 Years of service this week by treating members to an outdoor lunch featuring In-N-Out Burger. Nearly 900 members came out to this annual event which began more than a decade ago.
“Every year we celebrate our anniversary as a big member appreciation event to personally thank our customers for their loyalty,” said President/CEO Darin Guggenheimer.
The Credit Union was formed in June of 1940 by a group of City of Burbank firefighters. From those humble beginnings Burbank City Federal Credit Union now offers personal banking services to more than 16,000 members and their families in Burbank and the surrounding communities.
On Wednesday Board Members along with the staff cut a huge cake and had slices for everyone that came by to celebrate. Thursday the In-N-Out truck parked out front and the line formed all the way around the corner.
People waiting in line were entertained by a magician and were able to sign a huge birthday card along with receiving new recyclable shopping bags. The friendly staff worked the line thanking customers and talking to them while their double-doubles were being made to order.