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BOWLING GREEN, Ky. – Service One Credit Union has recently relocated its Western Kentucky University Campus branch and created a high-tech facility that remains true to its historical roots. The new facility is located in the former home of Hobson Lewis Sinclair, which was built in 1927. From that time forward, rooms were rented by the Sinclair family and other owners to Western students or faculty. Early last year, the building was designated an historical property by the Bowling Green-Warren County Historical Preservation Board. Service One CU has received a commendation from the Historic Preservation Board for excellence in preservation and adaptive re-use of an historical property. Some of the technological advances in the new Campus location includes the first cash recycler and vault in operation in the state of Kentucky. The Teller Cash Recycler is an efficient, automatic acceptance and re-issue machine with high currency note and denomination capacity. “It has replaced the need for traditional teller cash drawers and the credit union vault,” said Service One CU VP of Sales/Marketing Leila Matthews. “The TCR eliminates manual counting of cash at the teller stations, improves accuracy with its built in note detection module and improves security since cash cannot be accessed unless it is retrieved by an associated account number. It is the future for financial institutions everywhere.”

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