Caleb Tennenbaum Elected to Board of Directors of Pyramid Federal Credit Union

Arizona Pest Control is proud to announce that their marketing Director, Caleb Tennenbaum, has been elected to the Board of Directors of Pyramid Federal Credit Union.

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We are very proud of Caleb's election to the board, said Bruce Tennenbaum, Caleb's father and president of Arizona Pest Control.

Tucson, Arizona (PRWEB) June 10, 2014

Caleb Tennenbaum, Marketing Director of Arizona Pest Control, was recently elected to the Board of Directors of Pyramid Federal Credit Union. Caleb is a specialist in social media marketing. With his knowledge of social media sites like LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, and others, Caleb has propelled Arizona Pest Control into a leadership role in social media marketing for the pest control industry. Before graduating from the University of Arizona, Caleb founded Marketing For The Future, a full service internet marketing firm.

In keeping with the credit union credo of "People Helping People," Pyramid's Board of Directors serve as volunteer members responsible for overseeing credit union operations and planning for the future to ensure that members' needs are being met with sound financial management. The board has the authority and responsibility for directing the business affairs, monies and records of the credit union and to do all things prescribed by the laws of Arizona with respect to the management of this credit union.

In 1925, Pyramid began as a mutual investment group, when the post office was located in the old Ronstadt's Hardware building at the southwest corner of South Sixth and East Broadway in Tucson Az.. At the end of the first year the earned interest was split among the men, who bragged about the money they received. More joined up.

Soon, Pyramid became a leader of the credit union movement in the United States. Charter members helped start other credit unions in Tucson. Pyramid was in operation years before credit unions were officially recognized and regulated by the state. After many trips to Phoenix and months of work with the Arizona lawmakers, an Arizona Credit Union law was passed in 1929. Pyramid received one of the state's first charters to formally operate as a credit union. As word spread about the credit union, Pyramid's membership grew.

Pyramid Federal Credit Union currently has five convenient locations in the Tucson area. Or, members can bank online 24/7.


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