Maclean BCU's Lorraine Dobbin, Cathy Beamer, Emma Marchs and Maddi Cameron-Clarke celebrate their award for best performing store.
Maclean BCU's Lorraine Dobbin, Cathy Beamer, Emma Marchs and Maddi Cameron-Clarke celebrate their award for best performing store. Adam Hourigan Photography

Business takes out top honours at awards night

THE MACLEAN branch of Banana Coast Credit Union has got plenty of reasons to smile after taking out top honours at their recent BCU Awards Night.

The branch not only took out the award for best BCU store, but also won quarterly performance awards throughout the year.

The awards recognise the great service from the Maclean team of Cath Beamer, Lorraine Dobbin, Emma Marcus and Maddi Cameron-Clarke to their customers and members in assisting them achieve their financial goals.

BCU demonstrated their commitment to their members in the Lower Clarence by moving its Maclean store to brand new premises this year, providing staff and our members with a fresh, modern fit-out, new technology and enhanced security.

Feedback from their members and the staff has been consistently positive, and BCU is pleased that the town continues to support BCU has they strive to offer a modern, local alternative to the banks.

In June, BCU was announced as Money Magazine's Credit Union of the Year, and in a statement the credit union said it was a thrill to be recognised.

"For a regional credit union to take out top spot in Australia's longest-running, highest-selling and most read personal finance magazine is testament to the commitment, passion and drive BCU exhibits by ensuring our members receive outstanding service and competitive products," they said.

"If you want to see what it's like to receive award-winning service and support a local business visit BCU Maclean today."



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