Members Toot Their Own Horns
Being approved for a car loan or a mortgage is always great news, but a loan for a xylophone or a movie camera is almost unheard of. Or is it?
The $1. 5 million NoteWorthy Credit Union located in Cleveland serves the arts and entertainment community, and its specializes in providing loans for musical instruments and other artistic endeavors. The credit union’s president, Henry Peyrebrune, is a Cleveland Orchestra bassist and NoteWorthy is located in the lobby of a refurbished warehouse built in 1907, called the Tower Press Building, which houses not only the credit union, but artists’ lofts and a café bursting with colorful art.