American Airlines Federal Credit Union (AA Credit Union) has just unveiled cent$ — a new, quarterly, custom financial education and lifestyle magazine — at an invitation-only launch event attended by several AA Credit Union Board and Supervisory Committee members and management staff from AA Credit Union, American Airlines and AAP Custom, a division of American Airlines Publishing. AA Credit Union has partnered with AAP Custom to publish the magazine.
With a circulation of 140,000, cent$ is intended to engage, educate, entertain and inform prospective and current credit union member-owners. This 52-page financial publication will be the first source for tips, trends and financial insights from local and national experts. Published quarterly, cent$ will be a complimentary publication of controlled distribution sent directly to credit union members, as well as offered in credit union locations nationwide. The magazine will feature writers from the national financial arena.
American Airlines Federal Credit Union was founded in 1936, and today serves the present and retired employees of American Airlines, their family members and anyone that works in the Air Transportation Industry. AA Credit Union has more than 208,000 members nationwide and assets of more than $4.2 billion. As a not-for-profit financial cooperative, AA Credit Union is committed first and foremost to enriching their member-owners’ financial well- being through their participation in the products and services of the Credit Union. For more information on AA Credit Union, please visit http://www.aacreditunion.org/ .
The official magazine of AA Credit Union is published by AAP Custom, a division of American Airlines Publishing. AAP Custom has done exclusive publishing work for companies such as Dell, Genesco, DIRECTV, Fort Worth Convention & Visitors Bureau, Grapevine Convention & Visitors Bureau, The Dwyer Group, AAdvantage and AA Vacations. American Airlines Publishing produces a variety of travel and retail marketing solutions including award- winning publications such as American Way, Celebrated Living, and American Airlines Nexos magazines.