What Does the Retail Apocalypse Mean for America?

17 12, 2019

What Does the Retail Apocalypse Mean for America?

It’s become a familiar and depressing sight: the shuttered doors, the “Going Out of Business” signs and the empty storefronts. And it’s not just happening to the mom-and-pop shops of our neighborhoods. In fact, dozens of major, national brands we’ve grown up with are disappearing from the country’s retail landscape.

What’s happening to the retail Read More

10 12, 2019

9 Germy Places to Avoid (Or Disinfect) This Winter

As Old Man Winter settles in for his yearly stay, it’s time to brush up on your disinfecting smarts.

Cold and flu viruses can fly up to six feet through the air, says Joseph Rubino, former director of microbiology at RB, the creators of Lysol. Harmful bacteria and viruses can lurk in places you’d never Read More

26 11, 2019

Waging War Against Porch Pirates

Ahoy, mateys!

Holiday shopping season is upon us and your (not-so) friendly neighborhood porch pirates are gearing up to pilfer the holiday treasures being delivered to your doorstep.

We’ve all seen the familiar footage from a home security camera: a fish-eye view of a home’s front porch sporting a stack of smiling Amazon Prime boxes. An Read More

1 10, 2019

9 Ways to Thank a Veteran This Veterans Day

Our service members past and present are the true heroes of our nation. U.S. veterans selflessly served our country, spending months or years away from home, undergoing grueling training and often putting their lives at risk, just to keep us safe. It’s time to say thank you!

Take a few minutes to show your appreciation Read More

25 06, 2019

12 Things to Do Before Your Summer Getaway

Your bags are packed, your itinerary is set and you’re counting down the minutes until you take off for your dream summer getaway. Before you head out to the airport, though, read through this checklist of important things people tend to forget before leaving for vacation.

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Give us a call at 937-643-2160 before Read More

26 02, 2019

How Do Minimum Wage Hikes Affect the Economy?

The United States has one of the lowest minimum wages of any modern country in the world. Our modest salary floor impacts our economy on every level, from the rising unemployment rates to a bloated welfare program that chiefly rests on the backs of the struggling middle class.

But all of this is subject to Read More

22 05, 2018

It’s Not National BBQ Day!

The last Monday in May has been designated as a day that we pay homage to the service men and women who have made the ultimate sacrifice for our country’s freedom. Remember, it is NOT National BBQ Day! If you can’t think of ways to celebrate then you are in luck to live in a city Read More

17 04, 2018

Comparing Job Offers

Job hunting, resume building, networking and multiple interviews paid off, but now you’re torn about which job offer to accept. If this is the situation you’re in, consider yourself lucky!

Between salary, benefits, company culture and career advancement possibilities, there’s a lot to consider.

What should you be comparing? What makes one better than the other? Read More

12 12, 2017

Kettering Holiday Giving

We at Day Air Credit Union believe that community is a part of our very essence and we demonstrate that throughout the year with community sponsorships and donations.

Of course, for all of us, our hearts are opened just a little wider during the Christmas and holiday season and we want to share a couple Read More

7 11, 2017

This Veteran’s Day, Do More Than Just Saying “Thank You”

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    This Veteran’s Day, Do More Than Just Saying “Thank You”

While looking out of my office window thinking of topics to write my blog, my attention is captivated by the huge American flag blowing in the breeze in front of the main entrance to the Dayton VA hospital. The flag serves as a reminder of what our service men and women have fought for, Read More