BROOKLYN, N.Y. (10/17/08)--Polish and Slavic FCU (PSFCU), Brooklyn, N.Y., showed its commitment to the community in a recent parade celebrating Pulaski Day in New York. PSFCU’s mobile branch rode in the parade, with Polish music, dancers and a display. The credit union aimed to communicate its intention to help “shepherd members into the future” with the display, according to the credit union (PR Newswire Oct. 15). “The Pulaski Day Parade is a special time for all Polish-Americans, but especially for our credit union because we are able to take center stage to let everyone know how deeply committed we are to this community,” said PSFCU CEO Bogdan Chmielewski. “We are so much more than just a bank to our people. That’s where the credit union difference comes into play.” PSFCU also encouraged its members to be active in the upcoming elections. The credit union urged all parade attendees to register and vote. In June, PSFCU sent voter registration forms to members with their monthly statements. PSFCU has $1.2 million in assets and serves more than 70,000 members of the Polish and Slavic communities in New Jersey and in New York.