Community Leaders that Trust Park Community
Park Community Credit Union is proud to present our spokespeople from the Louisville community and the commonwealth of Kentucky. We are blessed to have the support of these three community leaders: Ben Rhodes, Scotty Davenport, and Dan McHale. All three are great representatives of their communities and aligns their values with the values of the credit union. We are lucky to have them as a part of the Park Community family!
Ben Rhodes is an American professional stock car racing driver from Louisville, Kentucky. He currently competes in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, driving the No. 41 Toyota Tundra. Rhodes racing accomplishments include: six poles, five wins, 11 top-five, and 13 top-10 finishes in the NKNPSE en route to the 2014 championship. Rhodes was also declared the Sunoco Rookie of the Year and voted Most Popular Driver in the NKNPSE. Rhodes has his own TV show “On Track with Ben Rhodes” where he interviews the local Louisville community and business leaders.
Scott “Scotty” Davenport is a Louisville, Kentucky native and one of the most successful NCAA Division II Basketball coaches in the country. Scotty is currently the head coach of Bellarmine University’s Men’s Basketball team where he won the 2011 NCAA Division II National Championship. Prior to his Bellarmine career, Scotty was assistant coach at the University of Louisville under Hall of Fame coaches Denny Crum and Rick Pitino. He also spent 10 seasons at Ballard High School where he won a state championship in 1988 and coached two NBA players, DeJuan Wheat and Allan Houston.
Dan McHale is the head coach of the Eastern Kentucky University Men’s Basketball team. Dan graduated from the University of Kentucky where he was a student basketball manager. He was part of one national championship team, four NCAA Tournament teams and three Southeastern Conference championships while working with Tubby Smith’s Wildcats. From 2002 – 2004 he was a staff assistant at the University of Louisville. Eastern Kentucky went 21-12 this past season and made its third straight appearance in a national postseason tournament. Eastern finished first in the OVC East Division with an 11-5 mark. The Colonels have finished in the top-three in the conference each of the last three seasons.