Billion Dollar Credit Unions Open New Branches
Large credit unions in Oklahoma, Pennsylvania and Utah have recently opened new branches.
The $1.3 billion, 103,275-member TTCU in Tulsa, Okla., is holding a grand opening Thursday and Friday to mark the opening of its 3,500-square-foot branch in Salupa, which will house safe deposit boxes, an ATM and four drive-through lanes.
As part of the grand opening celebration, TTCU is offering visitors a chance to win a 2006 Harley Davidson FXDBI Street Bob. Visitors also will be given a $1 bill that registers them for a chance to win $250 if their dollar bill serial number is selected.
The $1.3 billion, 120,932-member American Heritage Federal Credit Union in Philadelphia held an Oct. 9 grand opening event for its new branch in Limerick, Pa.
The branch features a personal automated teller, also called a video teller machine, which combines ATM functions with a two-way video interaction with a remote teller. The new branch also has three teller stations, an Internet café, free coin counting machine and ATM.
The $2.4 billion, 242,091-member Members 1st Federal Credit Union in Mechanicsburg, Pa. opened a new branch in its home city on Sept. 17 to coincide with International Credit Union Day.
The branch features drive-through service, an image-enabled ATM and a coin machine.
The $3.5 billion Mountain America Credit Union in West Jordan, Utah, held a free barbecue for visitors who attended the Oct. 19 grand opening celebration of a new branch in Pocatello, Idaho.
“Some of our new services at the new Pocatello branch include three drive-through lanes, a drive-up ATM, safe deposit boxes, a night drop and more room to accommodate mortgage officers and investment representatives within the branch,” said Liz Merzlock, manager at the Pocatello branch.
The new branch is one of three MACU branches in the Pocatello area and five MACU branches in Idaho.