Forbes Magazine Awards ‘America’s Best-In-State’ Honors to Dakotaland Federal Credit Union

Friday, July 12, 2019
Huron, South Dakota - July 10, 2019 Forbes Magazine has announced its list of America’s Best-In-State Credit Unions for 2019. Dakotaland Federal Credit Union has earned the right to appear on this prestigious ranking as the top credit union in South Dakota. “It truly is an honor to be recognized by Forbes Magazine as a leader in our state. I am thrilled to see our staff recognized for their hard work and dedication to our membership”, said Dakotaland Federal Credit Union President, Dan Cumbee.

In collaboration with analytics firm Statista, Forbes made it selections based on a vast independent survey of more than 25,000 U.S. Citizens. The surveys were administered to participants in every state in a series of online panels measuring customers satisfaction, level of trust, quality of digital services, and other factors. Only the top 3.3% of all U.S. credit unions made this ranking. Cumbee went on to explain, “It means a great deal to know this award was based on feedback from those who matter the most, which are our members and the people we strive to serve everyday”.

There are over 5,000 credit unions in our country and 71 here in the Dakotas that are improving the financial lives of over 115 million members every day. “We are proud to be a well-respected member of this this ever-growing financial cooperative movement and we will continue to provide the best products and services we can to those who live, work and worship in our 27 northeast central South Dakota Counties”, added Cumbee.

Dakotaland Federal Credit Union has 12 locations in the communities of Huron, Volga, Brookings, Madison, Redfield, DeSmet, Mitchell, Aberdeen, Watertown and Woonsocket. With 37,000 members and $357 million in assets, Dakotaland continues to be locally owned and operated offering a full-line of financial services to its membership since 1935.

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