North Liberty Blues & BBQ presented by Veridian Credit Union is Saturday, July 14, 2018, at Centennial Park in North Liberty, Iowa.
North Liberty Blues & BBQ will host its 12th event in 2018, and is pleased to be North Liberty’s premiere family event, thanks to the continued support of local businesses, organizations, and individuals. If you are interested in sponsorship for the event scheduled for July 14, 2018, you can download a sponsorship packet to review the benefits and opportunities or call Jillian Miller at 319.626.5757. We have a sponsorship levels for any organizational that would like to help out (and we’re a 501(c)(3) non-profit, so donations are tax deductible).
North Liberty Blues & BBQ wouldn’t be possible without its wonderful community sponsors including Veridian Credit Union, Adam Schechinger State Farm, University of Iowa Community Credit Union, Junge Ford North Liberty, JCI Johnson County, AW Welt Ambrisco Insurance, Shive-Hattery, MidWestOne Bank, North Liberty Optimists, FOX Engineering, Hills Bank and Trust Company, Think Iowa City, Johnson County Refuse, JM Swank, Rockwell Collins, US Bank, Urban Acres, Great Western Bank, Casey’s General Store, Port O Jonny, the City of North Liberty, Mediacom, CBS 2/Fox 28, KZIA, and Liberty Motors. Our thanks for their support.
Meet our presenting sponsor
Veridian Credit Union is a not-for-profit financial cooperative owned by its members. That means excess earnings are returned to its members in the form of higher returns, lower loan rates and better services. Veridian is committed to making members feel welcome and helping them create successful financial futures. Building relationships with members allows Veridian to anticipate members’ needs and exceed their expectations.
Veridian embraces the credit union philosophy of “people helping people.” With that in mind, it partners with local organizations, supports community events, grants funding and provides scholarships for deserving students. Veridian was founded in 1934 by a handful of Deere employees in Waterloo who wanted to offer their co-workers an alternative to for-profit financial institutions. Veridian’s heritage has provided a strong foundation for its future. Today, it offers a full range of business and consumer financial services. Veridian continues to grow with 29 branches and more than 700 employees. Membership at Veridian is open to anyone living or working in 65 Iowa counties and five Nebraska counties. Plus, all residents of Iowa with a disability (as defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990) are eligible.