Indianapolis / South Bend, Ind. (October 16, 2018) – A new business services partnership has been announced between Franklin Township Community School Corporation (FTCSC) and Teachers Credit Union (TCU). Through the new 10-year agreement, TCU will provide cash management services to the school corporation to enhance operations and financial management. TCU will also provide annual support as the exclusive naming rights sponsor of a new sports venue at Franklin Central High School.
Overall, the cash management dividends and naming rights sponsorship elements are expected to provide the school district a total of $1.1 million in support annually over the term of the partnership to benefit Franklin Township Schools.
TCU will be the exclusive naming rights sponsor of a new tennis complex currently under construction at the high school.
“We are excited to partner with Franklin Township Schools,” said TCU President and CEO Paul Marsh. “Over the next decade we look forward to helping make it a stronger financial reality for FTCSC to carry out its mission of instilling a passion for lifelong learning. It is always TCU’s vision to partner with our communities to achieve their financial success.”
Superintendent Dr. Bruce Hibbard said, “With the size of this school corporation, TCU will be a great asset for our internal operations here in the district. We look forward to their partnership behind the scenes and their support for our students and athletes. We’re excited they’ll be cheering alongside us for the next 10 seasons.”
About Franklin Township Community School Corporation
Franklin Township Community School Corporation (FTCSC) maintains 11 educational facilities across their district, where they host almost 2,000 employees and 9,600 students. They are the highest performing district in Marion County, and continue to see success each year in academics, athletics, and their arts programs. For more information, visit ftcsc.org.
About Teachers Credit Union
Teachers Credit Union (TCU) is Indiana’s largest Credit Union with more than $3 billion in assets, 54 branches throughout the state of Indiana and Southwest Michigan, and more than 300,000 members. A financial cooperative owned by its members, TCU offers traditional financial services including checking, savings, mortgages and credit cards, as well as non-traditional services such as investment, insurance and travel services. And while financial service is an important part of contributing to a community, TCU’s 87-year history shows a commitment to going beyond this service and working to build a better community. For more information about TCU, visit tcunet.com.
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