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TUSCON, Ariz. — With its latest branch, Tucson Old Pueblo Credit Union has managed to embody the friendliness of the area and Interim CEO Ellen Yacovone couldn’t be happier.

“We didn’t want a cookie cutter branch,” said Yacovone. “This branch, since it was in the desert and a neighborhood that went undeveloped for so many years, had to just echo Tucson and convey that we’re their hometown credit union who understands the local culture. It was important to us to create something that would add to the beauty of the area not detract from it.”

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