ST. LOUIS — Building relationships with Generation Y is becoming a priority for Electro Savings Credit Union.

The $83 million credit union considers those born between 1977 and 1995 to be an important segment of their membership, said Stan Moeckli, president/CEO. During their annual member appreciation days, which are held the Thursday and Friday before the Memorial Day holiday in May, members are treated by the management team to hot dogs, ice cream, chips and soda. Gen Y employees at the credit union were included in the planning session for this year’s appreciation event. Moeckli said they came up with some very timely ideas including having a shredding machine for those who wanted to safely dispose of personal documents. In the end, the credit union filled eight large bags of shredded paper.

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