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GREENEVILLE, Tenn. — As some financial institutions extend their branch hours to Sundays, one credit union CEO said he doesn’t expect it to become a trend.

Sam Miller, president/CEO of $152 million Consumer Credit Union, told the Greenville Sun in a Jan. 8 article that banks will likely reduce their traditional banking hours with customers, who are relying more on automated teller machines and electronic banking around the clock to conduct their financial transactions. Miller said the credit union has no plans to open it branches on Sundays.

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