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GECU CEO Crystal Long and Chihuahua General Manager Brad Taylor introduce the new card at an April 2 press conference.

The $2 billion, El Paso, Texas-based GECU signed an agreement with El Paso’s new Triple A baseball team to offer members an affinity debit card. The name of the team, which is the Triple-A affiliate of the San Diego Padres, is the Chihuahuas.

Communications Specialist Stephanie Quiroz said GECU will charge participating members $5 to cover the licensing cost of using the team logo. It will be available from three branches, as well as online and through the credit union’s call center.

GECU has more than 312,000 members.

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