COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - Ent Federal Credit Union recently took the opportunity to do some good for the community during its grand opening festivities for its Falcon Service Center. The $1.6 billion credit union has donated $5,000 to School District 49 in support of educational programs. "We are pleased to open the Falcon Service Center as our 19th service center, but we realize that it takes more than hanging up a sign to be part of the community," said Ent FCU President/CEO Charles Emmer. "Supporting School District 49 educational programs is our way of giving back to the community and building relationships with the businesses and residents of Falcon and the surrounding area." During the ceremonies Ent Federal recognized several Falcon area members - out of the several thousand members in the area - for their more than 40-year commitment to the credit union. Other grand opening activities ranged from face painting and coloring for the kids, to hosting a raffle drawing for adults to win a Dell computer and printer. The Ent Federal Falcon Service Center offers a complete range of services - from consumer and mortgage lending to investment services and estate planning. In addition, a CO-OP Network ATM with 24-hour access is also on site.
ENT Federal Ties Grand Opening to Community
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