LBS Financial Voted Best Credit Union in Long Beach
Long Beach, CA – June 14, 2021 – LBS Financial Credit Union was voted for the 11th year in a row as the Best Credit Union in Long Beach by Press-Telegram and Gazettes readers in their 2021 Reader’s Choice Awards. Readers of the publications also voted the Credit Union “the best” in the following new categories: Best Home Loans, Best Auto Loans, Best Refinancing Company, and Best Financial Planning Company.
Each year, the Press-Telegram & Gazettes, two of Long Beach’s local newspapers, encourages their readers to visit their website and vote for their favorite businesses in Long Beach. Categories are presented and readers are encouraged to vote for their favorite business within each category.
Long Beach Beachcomber readers also selected LBS Financial as the Best Credit Union in their reader’s poll for the 9th year in a row in 2021. The Beachcomber is a newspaper serving several neighborhoods in the East Long Beach area.
“We are truly grateful for the continued loyalty and vote of confidence from our Members in the greater Long Beach area,” said President and CEO, Jeffrey Napper. “As always, the Credit Union promises to continue our focus on providing excellent service and making a positive difference in the financial lives of our Members.”
About LBS Financial Credit Union
LBS Financial Credit Union, founded in 1935 as the Long Beach School District Employees Federal Credit Union, is a member-owned cooperative providing savings, checking, Visa®, money markets, certificates, IRA, insurance and investment services. LBS Financial also offers personal, vehicle, boat and home loans. Their field of membership encompasses fifty cities surrounding the greater Long Beach area, as well as Riverside, San Bernardino, Orange and San Diego Counties. They currently service over 140,000 members with eight branch office locations, convenient electronic access (ATMs, online banking and mobile banking) and are part of the CO-OP ATM and Shared Branching Networks. LBS Financial Credit Union has over $1.8 billion in total assets.