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BOSTON – For Boston Firefighters Credit Union there is no better way to celebrate a third anniversary in its 10,000 square foot facility than to host the 2004 Red Sox World Series Trophy. In addition to the “guest of honor”, which was 88 years in the making, staffers and members alike were also treated to hot dogs and sausages from Fenway Park’s famous Sausage Guy, Krispy Kreme doughnuts and a Brigham’s Ice Cream Sundae party for dessert. In addition to hosting a fun family friendly event, the day also served to reinforce the idea that BFCU strives to provide the most pleasant banking experience possible.

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