Firstmark Credit Union Supports San Antonio’s “Go Public” Campaign

firstmark_FCU_logoFirstmark Credit Union, a leading San Antonio financial institution, announced that is has made a financial contribution in support of the “Go Public” Campaign. The public relations campaign is dedicated to promote positive awareness around Bexar County’s independent public districts.

“We have a proud history of serving the needs of the education community in Bexar County over the last 80 years,” said Leon Ewing, Chief Executive Officer and President. “This campaign will help highlight the many positive accomplishments our teachers, support personnel, administration, and most importantly, students strive for on a daily basis” Ewing added.

Led by Bexar County’s 15 Independent School Districts and co-chaired by Josue Robles, CEO of USAA, Kim Bowers, CEO of CST Brands, and Chris Nielsen, President of Toyota Motor Manufacturing Texas, “Go Public” is inspiring people across the region to take a step back and celebrate the positive and sustained impact public schools make on all residents.

“Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Texas, Inc. is proud to join community partners like FirstMark in this important community initiative, said Chris Nielsen, President of Toyota Manufacturing Texas. “Together, we support San Antonio’s educators, parents and most importantly, students. Public schools are vital to the continued success of our workforce industry.”

Ewing will also serve as a fundraising Co-Chair for Go Public.

“Firstmark was founded by small group of teachers and administrators from the San Antonio Independent School District,” said Ewing. “We proudly have taken the “Love Your Bexar County Public Schools” pledge,” Ewing added.

About Firstmark Credit Union
Firstmark Credit Union provides financial services to anyone who lives, works, worships or attends school in Bexar County, as well as education-related employees in Bexar County and the 11 surrounding counties; and their relatives. Established in 1932, the Credit Union has 13 locations serving over 93,000 members and manages $820 million in assets. For more information, go to