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Coast360 celebrates charter day

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - Coast 360 Federal Credit Union celebrates 48 years of service today. The financial institution started with 20 Government of Guam employees who raised $250 to start the Government of Guam Employees Credit Union it has now grown to a membership of more than 45,000 with three member centers in Maite, Tamuning and Harmon. 

"All these great strides, and our continuing strength, arise from one enduring belief at Coast360:  that when we hold ourselves to the highest standards of stewardship, our island and our credit union will thrive - now and for generations to come," stated Coast 360 FCU President and CEO, John Arroyo.

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