If you’re an aficionado of planes or aviation history, Delta Flight Museum is worth a visit. We had the opportunity to experience it while covering Delta Community Credit Union‘s Client Appreciation Event for more than 100 retirement and investment services clients. What a great night!
A warm welcome was given by [abc], DCC’s [insert title]. Guests enjoyed the casino tables as well as checking out the exhibits and models.
The Spirit of Delta, a Boeing 767 that actively flew for 23 years, was on exhibit in the middle of the festivities. This is the only Delta plane that was actually funded by the company’s own employees; three flight attendants led the campaign to collect donations from colleagues, retirees and friends totalling $30 million! The plane was nicknamed to honor the spirit behind the inspiring effort.
In addition to the casino fun, guests enjoyed delicious hors d’oeuvres and dinner catered by William Neal at Affairs To Remember.
DCCU knows how to throw a party and, as always, we’re honored to be included. It’s a not-for-profit, financial cooperative that began by serving specifically Delta Airlines employees. Once the organization decided to expand its services to the entire community, DCCU grew to become Georgia’s largest credit union. We love that they celebrate their loyal clients, and that they invest generously in non-profit partners like Bloom children’s shelter, Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, The Community School of Decatur and the Cobb Schools Foundation.
Special thanks to Julie Bates at Delta Community Credit Union for working with us on this event!