November 13, 2021
The Michigan Amateur Hockey Association (MAHA) is proud to announce a partnership with T&I Credit Union, a full-service financial institution based in the Greater Detroit Area. T&I Credit Union will be recognized as a ‘Growth Partner’ of the Michigan Amateur Hockey Association, providing support to a variety of growth initiatives including Try Hockey For Free and the Michigan Tier I Hockey Showcase.
“We’re extremely grateful for the commitment that T&I Credit Union has made to support amateur hockey in Michigan,” said Jason Reynolds, MAHA Director of Operations and Marketing. “Generating awareness and growth of youth hockey in Michigan, particularly following a year consumed by the COVID-19 pandemic, is a critical priority for us now. We’re fortunate to have partners like T&I Credit Union to support these efforts, and I’m very excited for this collaboration.”
T&I Credit Union was founded in 1955 by Ford Tractor Employees in Birmingham. In 1987, they relocated to their current location in Clawson, MI. With its mission statement to “empower people to enjoy life,” T&I Credit Union serves its members by offering competitive low-interest rates on loans, special offers and deals, and constant involvement in schools and communities they reside in.
“The T&I Credit Union team is excited about our partnership with MAHA,” said CEO Kathy Karner. “We look forward to being a part of the hockey community to help support athletes, and their families, achieve their goals. We are confident that we will be able to provide financial services that are beneficial to the MAHA membership.”
Throughout the season, MAHA membership will have access to valuable offers and services, provided by T&I Credit Union, communicated through digital/social channels, the ‘MAHA Monthly’ newsletter, as well as on-site at sanctioned events. In addition, stay tuned for announcements on future growth initiatives sponsored by T&I Credit Union. For more information on all services provided by T&I Credit Union, visit its website at www.ticreditunion.org.