September 13th, 2010

SMCU Welcomes Super Supplements As Newest SEG

Seattle Metropolitan Credit Union is proud to announce that Seattle-based retailer Super Supplements has signed on as the newest Select Employer Group (SEG).

Super Supplements is the premier retailer of discounted name brand supplements and vitamins in the Pacific Northwest with more than 300 employees. Since their founding in 1994, they have grown to 23 stores in Washington and Idaho. They ranked in the top 15 in Seattle Business Magazine’s 2009 Best Company to Work For Awards.

The story of our SEG program starts with our original founders, City of Seattle employees, a relationship that remains vital to SMCU’s success and central to its identity. Over the years many more businesses, like Northwest icons Eddie Bauer and Costco, have chosen to offer SMCU as a valuable financial benefit to their employees.

While SMCU membership is open to anyone who lives or works in Washington State, members who join through their employers enjoy special benefits. SEG benefits include free onsite financial education seminars covering topics from Home Buying and Refinancing to Identity Theft and Fraud prevention. SEG employees can take advantage of special SEG-only promotions for everything from setting up Direct Deposit to applying for new loans.

SMCU Business Development Specialists Nina Cavelli and Lizzie Patterson are dedicated to helping our SEGs take full advantage of this special partnership program. They attend partner New Employee Orientations, benefit fairs and other employee seminars where SEG employees can open memberships and ask any questions they have about SMCU and why a credit union can be a better option than a commercial bank.

The SEG program is an important way for SMCU to work with local businesses to make sure their employees have the best financial options available to them. If you have questions about partnering with SMCU as a Select Employer Group or would like to talk to an SMCU Business Development Specialist, email them at

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