Prairie Federal Credit Union to rebrand as Aspire Credit Union

Prairie Federal Credit Union, an established credit union with an 85-year history of serving Minot and the surrounding area, will open their doors as Aspire Credit Union on Feb. 4.

Since 1934, Prairie Federal Credit Union has been committed to exceeding members’ expectations and maintaining financial strength. Aspire Credit Union will continue to uphold those same standards with a refreshed mission, name and look.

“As our members and community have transformed, we want a name that really reflects us”, said Mindee Kohlman, president/CEO of Prairie Federal Credit Union. “Aspire is a name that encompasses what we love most about being a credit union. We help our members reach their financial goals and aspire to more.”

Prairie Federal Credit Union was founded in 1934 as the Great Northern Employees Minot Credit Union. The name was changed to Tran-Em Federal Credit Union in 1970 and to Prairie Federal Credit Union in 1986.

Prairie Federal Credit Union is a community-chartered credit union whose field of membership includes: anyone who lives, works, worships, or attends school; and businesses, other legal entities, and organizations of such person; located in Bottineau, McHenry, McLean, Mountrail, Renville or Ward counties of North Dakota. Membership also includes immediate families or households of existing members.


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