Local First Arizona
Investing in Arizona. That's Onederful.
Local First Arizona is committed to empowering business owners and consumers to invest in our economy and grow our local business community.
That’s why OneAZ is proud to be the Legacy Partner of Local First Arizona.
Local First Arizona and OneAZ
Local businesses rely on Local First Arizona for networking and growth opportunities, and on OneAZ for their business banking needs.
Revitalizing Arizona’s economy.
Spending money locally revitalizes Arizona’s economy. Local businesses are the lifeblood of Arizona.
- For every $100, $45 remains in the Arizona economy when spent at a local business, vs. only $13 when spent at a national chain1
- Small businesses employ one million Arizonans—that’s 44.5% of Arizona’s total workforce2
- Locally owned businesses recirculate over 50% of their revenue within the local community3
Data rates apply.
Now your bank is as mobile as you are.
- Set Travel Notices
- Card Controls
- Financial Goal Setting
- Seamless on All Devices
- Check Ordering
Many transactions can be done on the myOneAZcu mobile banking app, including mobile check deposit.
Download it for free in the Apple App Store or Google Play Store.1
- Check Balances
- Transfer Money
- Pay Bills
- Deposit Checks
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1 Source: Why Local? from Local First Arizona
2 Source: 2018 Small Business Profile from U.S. Small Business Administration Office of Advocacy
3 Source: The Economic Impact of Locally Owned Businesses vs. Chains: A Case Study in Midcoast Maine from Institute for Local Self-Reliance