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Oklahoma business briefs for Aug. 14

Oklahoma business briefs for Aug. 14, 2014
Oklahoman Published: August 14, 2014

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Credit union receives designation

FAA Credit Union is the first credit union in Oklahoma to receive the Cornerstone Credit Union League’s Juntos Avanzamos or “Together We Advance” designation for its dedicated service to the Hispanic community. “We pride ourselves on offering products and services that fit the needs of the unique populations residing in our service area,” says Steve Rasmussen, president and CEO of FAA Credit Union. FAA Credit Union offers bilingual services and information and offers affordable products and services fitting the needs of members within this demographic. The credit union will host a flag-raising ceremony and ground breaking on the extension of its Capitol Hill Branch at 2 p.m. Sept. 26, at 3805 S Western in Oklahoma City.

180 Medical moving to new offices

180 Medical, which provides home delivery of medical supplies, is moving into new offices. Headquarters for the provider of sterile-use catheters and ostomy supplies is relocating to a 60,000-square-foot office building at 8516 Northwest Expressway, just west of Council Road. The company has hired 120 people in the past two years, and staff count grew 30 percent in the past year to hit the 300 mark. The new office is about 10 miles north of the previous 180 Medical location at 5324 W Reno Ave.

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