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Credit unions around the country use mascots to create a fun, entertaining presence at events such as branch grand openings, community events and even parades. Many credit unions have created mascots to support their kids clubs, while others just want to bring a little excitement into their credit union.

For decades mascots such as the Michelin Man (1898) and the Pillsbury Dough Boy (1960s) have become familiar mascots branding their respective products, so it’s no surprise that credit unions have added mascots to their portfolios.

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