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Meritrust Proud to Support Wichita Riverfest Community Events

Thursday, June 05, 2014   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Susan Dyer
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Team Meritrust kept runners hydrated at a water station during the 2014 Kansas Health Foundation River Run.
Meritrust employees helped register runners for and handed out finish line medals to the participants of
the Meritrust Tot Trot on May 31.

Meritrust joined with the Wichita area community at the 2014 Wichita Riverfest as sponsors for the Meritrust Tot Trot and Meritrust 2-Mile on Saturday, May 31.

The two running events were a part of the 2014 Kansas Health Foundation River Run, a longstanding Riverfest tradition held in downtown Wichita.

Team Meritrust kept runners hydrated, registered Meritrust Tot Trot participants, handed out medals and cheered on the runners throughout the morning.

“We enjoy the opportunity to gather with our friends and neighbors at these events to celebrate community and wellness,” says Jamie Taulbee, Vice President of Marketing and Corporate Communications. “It’s inspiring to see so many families and youth walking and running together. We thank Team Meritrust for helping make these community events a success.”

About Meritrust:
Meritrust Credit Union is the leading and largest Kansas-chartered community credit union with 77,000 members and $966 million in assets.

Meritrust is open to the public with 14 branches in metro-Wichita, Junction City and Lawrence, Kansas. The credit union’s 15th branch in Manhattan, Kan., broke ground February 2014, with an expected opening date in late 2014. In 2012, Meritrust was ranked third in the nation in the Callahan & Associates Return of the Member Index and was recognized by SNL Financial as one of the top 20 best performing credit unions in the nation, among credit unions with total assets of more than $500 million. For more information, visit